Philosophy


Philosophical Arguments For God

The delusion of Richard Dawkins’ “The God Delusion”

Dawkins' The God Delusion

But where did God come from? Atheists allege that if one cannot explain where God came from, theism cannot be viewed as a legitimate explanation for such things as the origin of life and the origin of the universe.  The more time one spends debating atheists online, the more one will realize that this is…

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The suicidal tendencies of atheism.

atheist beliefs

One can learn to recognize false atheist beliefs by taking a lesson from poker: Top poker players become successful in part because they develop an ability to recognize non-verbal cues made by their opponents known as “tells.” A nervous facial tick, for example, may likely be a “tell” that a poker player is holding a…

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Without Christianity, There Would Be No Science

Christian beliefs and science

Contrary to popular belief that Christianity serves to hinder science, Christianity provides the underlying conceptual framework upon which science is built.

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The ancient fable behind disbelief in Christ’s resurrection.

Disbelievers in Christ’s resurrection would have one believe that the resurrection is an ancient fable. But it is actually DISBELIEF in Christ’s resurrection that springs from belief in an ancient fable…the ancient fable known as materialism or naturalism.

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How atheism impersonates science.

What atheists present as “science” supporting their views is actually extremely shoddy philosophy posturing or posing as science…a posing and posturing that would make Elvis impersonators proud.

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Why calling theism “primitive superstition” shows primitive understanding.

Atheistic reasoning which judges belief in God to be a “primitive superstition superseded by science” fails to understand the nature and limitations of scientific knowledge.

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