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Appearing to the 500-Plus: Debating the Evidence.

Reading Time: 2 minutes As I sure you are all aware, Twitter is the best place to have a debate concerning biblical historicity and epistemology. It really lends itself, as a platform, to robust debates that can bring into play the best arguments and the most robust defences, together with top sources. I really don’t so Twitter very much. […]

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What Is Fairness? Tackling Verbose Stoic’s Mission.

Reading Time: 7 minutes In my recent series about the unevenness of evidence apportioning throughout time and place, Verbose Stoic (VB) called me out on my claim about fairness. His whole comment was much longer, but I want to narrow down to just one aspect here – the fairness. The context of this was my interlocutor (PH) claiming that […]

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The Uneven Evidence Debate: Responding to Paul Hoffer

Reading Time: 10 minutes As I am sure you are aware by now, I have been embroiled in a debate with myself Dave Armstrong about the uneven apportioning of evidence to humanity over time and place. It moved more into the philosophical domain, so Armstrong invoked a comment from, one presumes, a more philosophical commenter at one of his […]

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Sinnott-Armstrong, Unfair Distribution of Evidence for God, Belief, & Free Will

Reading Time: 4 minutes To continue the theme of evidence with relation to convincing believers and non-believers to either maintain their belief or take on belief in God, after the recent set of articles concerning Doubting Thomas, let me bring philosopher Walter Sinnott-Armstrong into play with a quote from his book with William Lane Craig entitled God? A Debate between a Christian […]

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Doubting Thomas: A Response to Catholic Dave Armstrong

Reading Time: 9 minutes Yesterday, I wrote a very short piece concerning the episode of doubting Thomas in John 20: 24 But Thomas, one of the twelve, who was called [e]Didymus, was not with them when Jesus came. 25 So the other disciples were saying to him, “We have seen the Lord!” But he said to them, “Unless I see in His hands the imprint of […]

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The Double Standards Involved with Doubting Thomas

Reading Time: 2 minutes Here’s the thing – we often hear that God wouldn’t put a cross on the moon as overwhelming evidence for his existence because it is just too overwhelming and doesn’t give people the “choice” to believe. But this is thoroughly problematic, as I discussed in this video: Let me lay some of this out in […]

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Materialism As a Position of Faith

Reading Time: 6 minutes I am, brought on by a section on phenomenology in a forthcoming book, looking back into the school of philosophy known as idealism. It’s been a long time since I have written and researched on this particular subject and I am enjoying it immensely. What are phenomenology and idealism? Well, Phenomenology is the study of structures of […]

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