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How do we deal with the “I feel argument”

In the present culture it seems that how people feel and how vigorously they pronounce it gives their argument merit. For example, I may feel as if I was born in the wrong era, especially when I fire up the [Read More]

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Can you Believe in Anomolies but not Miracles?

CS Lewis writes in Miracles that “But if we admit God, must we admit a miracle? Indeed, indeed, you have no security against it. That is the bargain.”[1] A barrier for some who find the evidence of Jesus Christ compelling [Read More]

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Richard Dawkins: The Untutored Philosopher

written by Aaron Brake Dawkins the Epistemologist Richard Dawkins is often heralded as a brilliant scientist. Unfortunately he often resorts to shoddy philosophy. Several examples of Dawkins’ philosophical ineptness have been pointed out over the years, one of the more [Read More]

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Common Sense Truth

written by Aaron Brake “What is truth?” Pontius Pilate wasn’t the first to ask this. The question, at first blush, sounds profound. In reality, I think we all know the answer to this age-old inquiry. I say that because we [Read More]

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