Category Archives: Philosophy
Huckabee is up in arms about the possibility that a brain dead patient may have their life support removed. According the the doctors the person died several weeks ago and the doctors have recommended removing life support since there is … Continue reading
In this video I review chapter 3.
In this video I complete my review of chapter 2.
Next video in my review of the book Illogical Atheism.
I recently ran across a book on Amazon.com that I thought would be interesting to review. I’ve been toying around with the idea of doing some video blogging to mix things up a bit and also because it might attract … Continue reading
There is a pernicious idea that has worked it’s way into American culture particularly in the in the religious right, but in many other places as well. It’s the idea that video games are harming kids. I’ve written on my … Continue reading
Recently the Kentucky Board of Education updated their science standards, and surprisingly enough I don’t have much of a complaint about that. Usually when when I pickup a story about science standards being changed, particularly in highly religious states like … Continue reading
When I have debates with theists I often ask what evidence there is to convince us there is a god, if the conversation goes on long enough eventually they will bring up bible prophecy that predicts events before they happen … Continue reading
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks is concerned about the lack of philosophical nuance he sees in the new atheists.
I ran across the following article today on the spectator. Chief Rabbi: atheism has failed. Only religion can defeat the new barbarians Sacks starts his article with a quote, “On the surface, he’s profound, but deep down, he’s superficial,” which … Continue reading
So I ran across this tonight. Go ahead and read it: As atheism rises, America declines So now I’m going to offer a few thoughts on this spiteful bigoted piece of journalism. First, it should be noted that even though … Continue reading