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What “Timeless Truths” Can Tell Us – Part II

My last post ruminated on the nature of “timeless truths” – such as the laws of geometry and of logic – and what worldview better explains the existence of such permanent concepts. I argued that the existence of eternal and [Read More]

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Why Can’t God Do the Impossible?

Why can’t God do the “impossible?” Doesn’t that prove he is not the perfect being that Christians claim? No, what it proves is that the challenger is, well, challenged when it comes to asking a rational question. The challenge goes [Read More]

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Are Believers “Begging the Question?”

My last post offered an answer to the question “Who Created God?” More precisely, it attempted to show that the very question is simply a reflection of a category error. God is the “uncaused cause,” the “first cause” that set [Read More]

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Answering the “Who Created God?” Challenge

Most Christian apologists have, at one time or another, encountered the challenge “who created God?”  Sometimes, the questions are punctuated by an aggressive tone, as was the following comment I once received: You claim that the Universe needs a cause, [Read More]

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