Victor Reppert thinks that if materialism is true, there can be no logic and no "laws of evidence". And therefore, the claims of materialistic atheists - that they base their beliefs on logic and evidence - are self-refuting.
In my previous post, I agreed with John Loftus that people like Victor Reppert are ignorant of the arguments or philosophical stances of naturalists. Victor is fond of pointing out what he thinks are logical inconsistencies in the beliefs of atheists and naturalists. His argument typically takes this form:
1. Naturalists believe A, and they believe B.
2. But A is logically incompatible with B.
3. Therefore, naturalists belief in both A and B is illogical or incoherent.