As isn't unusual for me, I'm sending our readers off into the weekend with a large package of philosophy.
A fascinating story of a philosophical conversion.
The substantive arguments offered by Edward Feser (spelled out more fully in the below video) don't convince me. But that's my problem.
Not only does his round trip story offer an intriguing read, I also think, his arguments ought to be appreciated by anyone concerning herself with the debates surrounding attempts at proving God's existence.
See also Ed Feser's excellent paper on natural law theory in Natural Ends and Prudential Judgement, which shows, to my taste, the elegance and beauty of Thomistic natural law theory, irrespective of how one might judge its ulitmate credibility.