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Cultural Relativism Excuses Evil

In a recent interview with Jordan Peterson, Steven Fry, who has made some of the most powerful arguments against the idea of an omnipotent, omniscient, benevolent deity (see The Problem of Evil), makes some staggeringly bad arguments for moral relativism. Like … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Proof of Heaven”

* * * * A Eben Alexander’s book “Proof of Heaven” is a fascinating exploration of his own near death experience (NDE), which occurred during a bout of bacterial meningitis that nearly killed him, putting him in a coma for … 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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PBS Crash Course Philosophy on the Problem of Evil

I’ve done my own post on The Problem of Evil, so I thought I’d take a look at what the PBS program Crash Course on Philosophy has to say on the subject. The actual content starts at 1:38: Here’s a … Continue reading

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The Problem of Evil

One question that atheists love to throw out when debating Christians (or Jews, or Muslims) is the question of why, if God is good, omniscient, and omnipotent, is there evil and suffering? For example, you can watch as Stephen Fry … Continue reading

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