Are there any holes in How can I respond to challenges to the Kuzari argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai?
The Kuzari's argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai was extremely convincing when I heard it, and I've read different summaries of it by Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb and Rabbi Leib Keleman (I must admit that I've never read it inside). It is explained here: http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Kuzari_Principle_Intro.htm http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Credibility_Of_Testimony.htm and http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/q-a-on-kuzari-principle.htm
Although I was wondering if there are anyam not immediately aware of serious counter-arguments that have been raised against it, I am seeking information that responds to those arguments, either by Torah scholars or secular philosophers. If so, how have these
So what counter-arguments have been raised and how are they addressed in turn?