Written by Jason Petersen Introduction February 12th is Question Evolution Day. In the spirit of this special day, this article will deal with the issue of causation. Causation is a philosophical term that is typically defined as the relationship between causes and effects. Most atheists that argue against Creationists will argue that science shows that […]
Written by Jason Petersen Ryan Stringer is a philosopher that has the following credentials[acp footnote]1[/acp]: Doctoral student, University of California-San Diego, 2012-present M.A. Philosophy, Michigan State University, 2011 B.A. Philosophy, University of Kansas, 2006 B.A. Psychology, University of Kansas, 2006 Ryan Stringer wrote an article on a website in 2010 on an alleged contradiction concerning […]
Written by Ben Russell A common argument used to support homosexuality and gay marriage is the truth that people have ‘love’ towards each other. Since people have love they should be able to engage in their love. The majority of people shouldn’t reject love being the standard, hence gays who love each other should be […]
This is part two in a short series I did at Concord Presbyterian of Gulf Breeze, FL. Unfortunately, we were not able to film part one. Part one discussed presuppositional apologetics. This is a continuation of that lecture and mainly consists of applying Gordon Clark’s philosophy to secular philosophy.
Written by Ben Russell Non-Christians will state that the Bible is not true because the Bible makes arguments or propositional claims that are logically fallacious. After examining scripture and the non-Christian worldviews they fail to justify the ability to understand logic or most foundationally the laws of logic which every logical fallacy depends on. The Christian worldview […]