I’ve been absent from the blog-o-sphere due to schooling and such. So I apologize to those who wish I were more active. In any case, here’s a great video my friend made that discusses the origin of the universe and why one ought to think that the universe was created not unintended. Check it out!
As per the last post, the following list is a compilation of various types of arguments either directly for God’s existence or that implicitly support theism, and arguments for the truth of historic Christianity (not solely Philosophical ones though): Cosmological Argument: Argues from the world back to God as the ultimate cause of the world. […]
I’m sure most of those who frequent the internet have come across something like the following: A picture or comment made which either explicitly or implicitly compares some sort of god (like Zeus, Thor, etc.) with the God of theism (and usually the God of Christianity in particular). Usually these are found in (supposedly) comical […]
The following is a hand-out that I prepared for a presentation I gave to the Youth Group at my local church. This doesn’t represent the presentation itself (I only presented the first one), but was designed to be something for them to take home and dwell on, and perhaps research themselves. So, this isn’t meant […]
Moral vs Factual Distinctions Last time we looked at some distinctions found within moral discourse. As mentioned in the conclusion of the previous post, we’ll be turning to how basic moral arguments are formed and the distinction to be made between the two types of premises in such arguments. Later, we will apply this knowledge […]
Theory Of Knowledge (Epistemology) And It’s Useful Distinctions It just so happens that the primary obstacles to belief in God, in our culture, are those which limit our knowledge. For example, if we are only able to gain knowledge about physical things, and not immaterial or non-physical things, then the question of God’s existence is […]