The Argument from Incorporeality
So, I have been using this counter-apologetic for a while now on Twitter:
1. A being is a thing has the ability to exhibit intelligent behaviour equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human (including consciousness and sentience).
2. All known beings exist in time and space.
2. God is immaterial (outside time and space).
3. Therefore, god cannot exist.
What do you reckon?
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As a sociologist, I can not rely on naturalism or materialism (especially methodological naturalism).
The study of social life would be impossible from any of those positions.
Thus it is important to understand the epistemological and ontological basis of all worldviews, even if they do not lead to truth. It is enough that people believe them to be true (because sociology is not about truth, but about how people make sense of the world.
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Here is a challenge that seeks answers to the age old question of the historicity of Jesus. A question that was at the centre of debate in the early years of Christianity and still goes on to this date.
I have here added just a few more questions to the…Continue