O argumento comete certos problemas. Por exemplo, ele nega que Deus sustenta a existência das propriedades e poderes das coisas que fundamentam a existência das demais, de modo que sempre Deus está intervindo no mundo. Em outras palavras, ele negligencia a intervenção constante de Deus sem explicação.
- ↑ Craig, William Lane. The Craig-Pigliucci Debate: Does God Exist? - Dr. Craig's First Rebuttal (em inglês). Leadership University. Página visitada em 16 de março de 2011. "What about the regression argument, that the more we know the less we think God intervenes in the universe? Well, notice that that argument doesn't prove that God doesn't exist. It doesn't even prove that God doesn't often intervene in the universe. All that follows from that argument is the sociological factor that we don't think God often intervenes in the universe. And that conclusion is perfectly compatible with the idea that God often in fact does intervene in the universe. But, moreover, even if it were true that God doesn't often intervene in the universe in miraculous ways, that's not incompatible with Christianity. After all, miracles by their nature are relatively rare, and I don't think that God does frequently go around intervening in the universe in miraculous ways. So the argument is simply inconclusive."