Category Archives: Philosophy

A Debate on “Faith”

Here is an interesting debate between Dr. Peter Boghossian and Dr. Timothy McGrew on the nature of “faith.” Advertisements

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Knowing, Articulating, and the Importance of the Former

For the last six years of my life, I’ve been exposed to the church, Christians, and Christian writings of various kinds.  I’ve been immersed in Christian theology and philosophy of religion as well as some Christian history, devotionals, and spiritual … Continue reading

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Links of Interest (2)

I’m still taking the lazy way out and giving links.  There isn’t a common theme this time around. Paul Gould wrote a post for the Gospel Coalition on why The Church Needs Philosophers and Philosophers Need the Church. Remington has … Continue reading

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Links of Interest

Yeah, yeah, I’m still not writing anything of my own.  Grad school and emotional issues do that. Luckily there are plenty of other great things to read online. Sam Harper at Philochristos wrote a five part response to William Lane … Continue reading

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Guest Posts

A couple of bloggers have kindly featured some of my writings on their blogs. First, Prayson Daniel at With All I Am featured my post on J.L. Mackie’s metaethical theory. Second, Randy Everist at Possible Worlds has featured my post … Continue reading

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Book Recommendation: Philosophical Devices

If you are a beginner in philosophy (even as a grad student I still largely consider myself a beginner), then I highly recommend this book Philosophical Devices: Proofs, Probabilities, Possibilities, and Sets by David Papineau Philosophical Devices teaches you about … Continue reading

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Ambiguous Words

When you are in a discussion on basically anything, it is important to know how words are being used.  As I’ve become a better critical thinker over the years, I’ve noticed that many words that are used every day are … Continue reading

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