The moral argument has no shortage of fans. Many Christian apologists flock to it during debate, asserting that a denial of God’s existence invariably leads one … Continue reading Problems of Apologetics – The Moral Argument.
#!/usr/bin/python def disjunct(p,q): #if pnand q are different the disjunct is true, else it is false. print(“Disjunct: P = “,p, ” Q = “,q) if p … Continue reading Logic Code
What is truth, and can it be known? Continue reading The Inconvenience of Truth.
Hermeneutics, a strange word with a lot of rules. This is the science of interpreting a text and like any science there are rules. It is, … Continue reading An intro to Biblical interpretation.
– “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, So are My ways higher than your ways And My thoughts than your thoughts.” – Isaiah … Continue reading Think like Sheldon, without losing your friends. – Colin Burgess.
“Philosophy is everybody’s business.” – J. Mortimer Adler. Aristotle opened his opus on philosophy, The Metaphysics, with, “All men by nature desire to know.” Nothing could … Continue reading Philosophy is for everyone. – Colin Burgess
A basic introduction to logic and the structure of a syllogism. Much more to follow on this subject, I promise. Continue reading Faith, Hope and Logic