Sorry i’ve been away, I have been in the process of relaunching Sci Phi Journal. Check it out, should be out over the weekend. Back to regular programming soon.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Have you encountered someone who says that morality is a purely subjective enterprise? That there isn’t really any right and wrong but just what the culture or the individual. Have you considered what this would really mean if we took them seriously? Show Notes Ethical Subjectivism Nihilism Moral […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Have you noticed that Romans 1 has a prophecy in its later half and that we live in a culture that is realizing that prophecy in spades. I’ll kick that idea around on this episode of Christian Meets World. Show Notes The Revenge of Conscience An interesting article […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download A listener asked me to discuss the idea of Predestination and Free Will. So here goes. Some of this is kind of speculative so make of it what you will. Show Notes Predestination Free Will Ask your questions or share your feedback Comment on the shownotes Call (903) […]
I’m constantly told that Science requires a foundation of Methodological Naturalism to function and that you cannot do science without it, while being told that this doesn’t really mean Philosophical Naturalism and so on. However I don’t think the proponents of Methodological Naturalism have every really considered what it means for science as a discipline […]
Thomas Aquinas asks a host of interesting questions in his mammoth “beginners guide”, the Summa Theologicae and his five ways are famous as an argument for the existence of God. However he asks a really interesting question in Q2 of the First Part of the Second part. He explores the question, “What does a mans […]
It seems we are regularly treated to atheists demanding “evidence” for the existence of god and by “evidence” they mean something empirical, getting decidedly upset if you point to something like Thomas Aquinas’ 5 Ways. They claim that logical philosophical arguments don’t count because they aren’t “empirical” or some such, although the person usually says […]