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Rationality Rules Statist Arguments Debunked

Rationality Rules has published a video “debunking” libertarianism: Here’s Why I’m NOT a Libertarian. Let’s have a look at his inane arguments. I have always found it quaint and rather touching that there is a movement libertarians in the u.s. that thinks Americans … Continue reading

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The Hubris of Scientific Determinism

Scientific determinists make the most outrageous claims to certainty. Take the article No, You Don’t Have Free Will, and This is Why. This article is a critique of scientist Roy F. Baumeister’s argument for free will. In the refutation, the … Continue reading

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My Problem with the Two Lever Argument Against Free Will

I’m fascinated by people who, like Daniel Miessler in his article The Two-lever Argument Against Free Will, claim that humans only have “the sensation” of free will. There are some serious heavy weights in the determinist camp who I agree … Continue reading

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Dissecting 12 Arguments Against Christianity

I keep running into atheist arguments, many of which are arguments I’ve made in the past, that somehow no longer seem to shake my belief that there is a higher power in the universe and my recent conversion to the … Continue reading

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Atheism and Free Will

I watched the following video on atheism on The Rubin Report. The description of the video is “An atheist isn’t denying that a god or gods exist, an atheist is just asking evidence for such an incredible claim. All this … Continue reading

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Free Will vs. Determinism

thedaddyblitz recently wrote a post titled “A Tangled Dance: the Will and the Holy Spirit” in which he makes an argument for determinism. Being a believer in free will, I thought I’d comment on it. The comment got rather long, … Continue reading

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