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Can Evolution Explain Abstract Thought?

My last post, on the existence of innate desires, argued that God was the best explanation for why such desires exist. A skeptic disagreed, claiming:  Yes, we have innate desires. So do bacteria. Strangely enough, our innate desires seem to [Read More]

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What Innate Desires Can Tell Us About God

My past few posts have discussed proofs for the existence of God from morality and from our awareness of timeless truths. Both such proofs require simply that one make use of the innate reason of their minds to draw conclusions [Read More]

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Does The Bible Provide Objective Morality?

My last post discussed the proof of God’s existence from the existence of morality. This led to a discussion regarding whether Christianity can actually provide “objective” morals. The challenger quoted Exodus 21, regarding the treatment of slaves and slave-owners to [Read More]

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Reflections on the Argument From Morality

In my last post, I reflected on the significance of truths which are unchanging – timeless truths, they’re sometimes called. I concluded that only a “timeless” eternal mind was a sufficient explanation to make sense of the fact that some [Read More]

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How Timeless Truths Lead to God

Materialists insist that Science will someday answer all the questions that Christians claim can only be answered by acknowledging the reality of God. Why is there something rather than nothing? How did life emerge from non-life? What is the basis [Read More]

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Considering the Truth about Faith

Easter week tends to increase the opportunity to discuss matters of faith. Though my many secular friends and acquaintances have no use for matters “religious” and certainly not organized religion, they have had enough exposure over the years to know [Read More]

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