Having read the thoughts of Lycurgus, Rousseau and Montaigne on this very important topic, I have written what I think should be the end of all of education.
and many others recorded in various holy or not so holy books did not occur.
Could things have so changed in our times that people no longer walk from the dead, and whenever such are reported, they are met with shock and disbelief?
I argue here that no resurrection could have taken place, and that the circumstantial evidence points to a negative verdict on all the…Continue
Damon Linker, a writer[?] for The Week, posits that we no longer are honest about our atheism. He is short of calling us lame duck atheists and in this post, I disagree with his thesis pointing out that instead of death of god leading to bleakness and despair it creates the greatest opportunity for human progress and development.
For most people, the debate over freewill and determinism, I think is one fought over a misunderstanding of the debate or of words. To most freewill believers, they take determinism to mean a person with a gun behind your back forcing you to act in a certain way and this I assert is wrong.
In this post I respond to some of the misconceptions by the OP and those who have responded to…Continue