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blog postWhich Theory of Truth Is True?
Truth also must be fact, not opinion or experience in the sense of “my truth” and “your truth,” lest facts still exist and the word “truth” simply cea...
blog post3 Strategies You Need for Talking About Apologetics
If someone says, “the Kalam Cosmological Argument isn’t even a good argument,” you could immediately launch into a defense of the two premises. Or, yo...
blog postIdeas STILL Have Consequences
Weaver was right. These bad ideas have produced a wide range of tragic consequences in our culture today from confusion about the simplest realities l...
blog postActs 17 Apologetics: Be Intentional!
Are we intentional about our apologetics and evangelism efforts? Is it our custom to be specific about why we do what we do regarding our efforts to r...
blog postCan God Make a Rock So Big He Can't Lift It?
So back to the rock: what’s the limit of possibility? To “lift” something is to accelerate it opposite gravity, which all objects exert on each other ...
blog postThe Argument from Desire
This, of course, is Solomon’s argument. Though not stated in a logical arrangement (that is, as a syllogism), Solomon makes an argument for God from t...
blog postDoes the Kalam Commit the Fallacy of Composition?
William Lane Craig introduced the Kalam Cosmological Argument (KCA) in 1979. Since then it has garnered much attention from theists and atheists alike...
blog postIf God Possibly Exists, He Does Exist! What?
One of the most criticized and misunderstood arguments for the existence of God is the ontological argument. Many apologists have abandoned the argume...
blog postLeibniz on God Part 2: God is Personal
Kastin Carroll Here we continue Leibniz’s second of four contingency arguments for God. If you missed Part 1, find it here. Argument 2: God is Person...
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