What if theists and atheists are both objectively wrong?
What if the agnostics have completely missed the point?
The Argument from Grammar explores the omnipotent and omniscient "God" that is justified by reason in philosophy and religion. Brown demonstrates that we can justify this denotation in grammatical terms by recognizing in "Subjects predicate" a universally-valid Form of knowledge ("all knowledge") and action ("all power"). Brown then proceeds to lay out an epistemological foundation for the human sciences, drawing upon a philosophical tradition rooted in the thought of Protagoras, Kant, Schopenhauer, and F.A. Hayek. Brown turns his critique of theism back upon the atheists in order to show how grammatical theory can also answer arguments against the God Thesis.
If The Argument from Grammar can answer the objections of the atheists while satisfying the theists, then the future of the debate over the existence of a rationally-justified God shall be a debate over grammar and nothing more.