Oh-so-many objections to Harris in this one, but I have naught the time: William Lane Craig has a competing view,which Harris doesn’t even address (though he thinks he does): No study for you today. I have some, but I have to go pick up my new toy! Copyrighted under Creative Commons for Kevin Johnston 2011…Details
Peter Kreeft, theologian extraordinaire (probably the top pop-culture Catholic theologian alive today), just finished a book about what advice he would like to pass on to his kids before he dies. In a column about the book, he took the time to rank his allegiances, as I did a few weeks ago. Of course his…Details
It’s a slaughterhouse. Loftus has two philosophy degrees? And he signed up for this?!
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to the Argument from Design – Teleological Argument of Fine Tuning (if it isn’t somehow already in there)… I have been slowly watching movies and crossing them off my list, and a few days’ ago was Superman Returns. Now, movie quality aside, this struck me: Clark Kent’s speed does not fit into this world, nor could…Details
was a creed which you don’t hear about nearly as much as the Apostles’ or Nicene counterparts (though this one is still as widely accepted by Christian denominations as the others). It is different than the other two in the explicit proclamation of the equality of the three parts of the Trinity and with an…Details
I have been listening to podcasts lately of Theism vs Atheism debates from EWTN, mostly of William Lane Craig (see Reasonable Faith link on the side pane for his website), and figured a few of the strongest arguments were were posting on here. Just for fun… A. Teleological Argument of Fine Tuning (not easy to post…Details