Protein folding dynamics is one of major issues constantly investigated in the study of protein functions. The molecular dynamic (MD) simulation with the replica exchange method (REM) is a common theoretical approach considered. Yet a trade-off in applying the REM is that the dynamics toward the native configuration in the simulations seems lost. In this work, we show that given REM-MD simulation results, protein folding dynamics can be directly derived from laws of inference. The applicability of the resulting approach, the entropic folding dynamics, is illustrated by investigating a well-studied Trp-cage peptide. Our results are qualitatively comparable with those from other studies. The current studies suggest that the incorporation of laws of inference and physics brings in a comprehensive perspective on exploring the protein folding dynamics.