I. State the argument
William James’s argument in the essay, ‘The Will to Believe’ invalidated the evidentialist’s approaches to religious belief. As a believer, James argued that it is the fundamental duty of every religious person to focus on the truth in the faith and avoid any falsehoods. James argued that in some instances it is both permissible and inevitable for the believers to have passion, be non-rational nature and stick to what one believes.
A. state your position
I concur with William James’s argument. A deeply religious person must be faithful, devoted and committed to the beliefs, hold onto Continue reading...