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From the Fall to the Flood: How not to fix a problem you created

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Fall is a thoroughly problematic theological mechanism at the best of times. But if you combine it with other terrible concepts and events, it looks even more incoherent. Most understandings of God entail an OmniGod conception: God is all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-loving. All-knowing or omniscience also includes divine foreknowledge—knowledge of all future events and […]

Posted inEthics and Morality, Religion

Pearced Off! #12 – Nonsensical Theology: Adam, Eve & the Two-Horned Dilemma

Reading Time: < 1 minute I am running a series of the old podcast segments from my Pearced Off! section of the Skepticule Podcast (a British skepticism-based podcast now on hiatus) that I used to contribute to. Some of the earlier ones have some quieter audio. Apologies. They run at around ten minutes. Something to keep you company outside of Netflix and the news… […]

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Adam and Eve, and Failing the First Free Will Test

Reading Time: < 1 minute I have posted a number of times on the Genesis account of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. One commenter on one of the posts reminded me of my favourite meme: And this is nowhere more apparent than with the eating the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. […]

Posted inEthics and Morality, Religion

Adam and Eve: A Few Flaws…

Reading Time: 4 minutes I recently posted an argument about Adam and Eve and God’s moral culpability for human failure and sin, most of which went like this: If Adam and Eve are properly representative of humanity, and failed the test, then God’s design of humanity is ultimately sub-optimal. This appears to render God as sub-optimal. God has created […]

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