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The Sensus Dubium: William Lane Craig on What to Do about Doubts (and What You Should Really Do about Doubts)

If you are an evangelical Christian, and you start to doubt the claims of Christianity, here’s my summary of the three key things that philosopher William Lane Craig, of Talbot Theological Seminary, advises you to do: Doubt your doubts. Instead of doubt, rely on your inner … Continue reading

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Ultimate Meaning: Pope Benedict and William Wordsworth Have a Theory

I don’t think much of the pedophile shielding (and enabling) Pope Benedict, but in his Easter homily this year he laid out the atheist v. theist divide with succinct eloquence:  If man were merely a random product of evolution in some place on the … Continue reading

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I Love Richard Rorty

Richard Rorty on “Truth” (with a capital “T”) v. merely human democratic justification via rhetoric and persuasion:

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