Monthly Archives: May 2016

Can the Bible be read objectively?

Originally posted on Signs you are a Sheltered Evangelical:
I’m posting this to facilitate a conversation that I began on the wonderful blog, Darcy’s Heart Stirrings.  There, a commenter going by the name Josh made the following statement (emphasis mine):…

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Procedural Realism: Refuting the Moral Argument For God

Originally posted on The Philosophy Corner:
Proponents of the Moral Argument share a view known as substantive realism, which is the view that states that “there are correct procedures for answering moral questions because there are moral truths or facts, which exist independently…

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The Binding of Isaac as Cautionary Tale

Originally posted on R.L. Stollar:
Abraham took the wood for the burnt offering and placed it on his son Isaac, and he himself carried the fire and the knife. As the two of them went on together, Isaac spoke…

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