God – Theology

A Finite Regress?

I was curious as to what, if anything, could be made of this: Elsewhere, I made the point that the existence of the non-material is self-evident and that an example are the laws of logic. Someone retorted that the laws were just ideas. May considering the laws of logic to be ideas result in the …

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I Shalt Have No Other gods Before Me

I have read much of Professor Richard Dawkins’ carefully crafted works. I have heard him presenting equality well prepared lectures. I have also heard him in the frays of debate. Yet, I have found that nothing is more revealing about him as a person and a thinker as when he is being interviewed.

Proving God’s Existence

Absence of evidence is not necessarily evidence of absence. It is interesting to note that when having a theological discussion with a Jehovah’s Witness it is advisable to learn the particularities, and peculiarities, of their own version of the Bible. In this way they accept the premise form which you are arguing, they accept the …

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Exclusivism, Part II: Is There Only One Way of Salvation?

To reiterate from Exclusivism, Part I (where we discuss whether only one worldview is true) a particular argument states that is that it is arrogant to claim exclusivity, in this case, that there is only one way of salvation. Of course, the atheist is not interested in soteriology (the study of salvation) or theology of …

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