Guest post by Mike Williams Is the resurrection of Jesus believable? This is the question I have been asked to answer for a class that I am currently enrolled in. My initial reaction to this questions is an affirmative, no!...
Skepticism, at its core, is a consistently inconsistent position. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. To really answer skepticism, first we should set out to define it. Not-so-unshockingly, this is more difficult than asking Siri. While Siri does...
"the brain is a collection of separable parts (i.e. temporal, frontal, parietal, occipital lobes, etc.) yet our experience of ourselves is unified by an indivisible and enduring 'I'."
What do Tylenol, Chevy Camaros, and Logic have to do with each other? Everything!
It is hardly controversial to point out that our common-sense intuitions comport with the view that the external world exists independent of our minds.
Some thoughts on the Joker as a representation of Nihilism as well as what follows from that worldview.
If Lex Luthor reminds us of anything, it is that subjective morality nearly inevitably results in justified chaos and villainy.
Christianity is not true because a benevolent God would not design vicious parasites. There are varying examples that people use, but this argument is a common one. Christians point to numerous examples of fine-tuning as evidence for intelligent design. The...
A conversation on the mind and the brain.
When you are confident enough to entertain arguments for the other side, you will become even more confident in the truth of Christianity.