Is It Likely That a Born-Again Person Would Rape, Pillage, and Murder?
“What if?” questions are handy for testing the consistency of a plan or theory. Philosophers love hypothetical scenarios. For example, the trolley problem helps test the consistency of your moral intuitions (see here). And the brain-in-a-vat problem tests theories about what you can and cannot know (see here). If a hypothetical reveals a self-contradiction within