Responding to objections. … More Was The Universe Finely Tuned for This Post to Exist?
Originally posted on Atheism, Philosophy and Science:
One of the most powerful and troubling arguments against classical monotheism is the problem of evil. Even if a theist believes in the God of the Bible, Qur’an or Torah and accepts the traditional interpretation of t “Now, let’s kill that dinosaur…” hose scriptures, the problem of evil may…
Do we need to believe in God to trust ourselves? … More The Argument From Reason
I remember the time when I was a total Cosmology geek, I read a joke where he says, “Oh Jenny, I love you and only you.” and she replies, “But, in a quantum world, how can you be sure?” Really, this is kinda the situation now. One often hears the creepy statements like “Observation changes … More The Observer Effect…God?
This is one of my favorite arguments, I must say. I don’t quite understand why I like this argument so much, probably because it is of a little funny type, or maybe hard to refute, I don’t know. Its defenses also fascinate me, as did the recent one, to which I am going to respond … More Thoughts on The Defenses of KCA
Many people who generally cared about this site, both online and offline, are seeming to be pretty annoyed by my frequent periods of complete absence from it. I confess that it is indeed a bit strange, but I cannot help it. However, when I am here and have the time to write an article long … More Some Atheistic Arguments and Why They Still Stand(Part I)
A new approach to refute the teleological argument. … More A Modified Refutation of The Fine Tuning Argument
Dogmatism unfolded. … More Refuting ICR(Part II): The Triune Universe
Questioning fundamentals. … More Refuting ICR (Part I): “Cause and Effect”
Getting your head around for this difficult but crucial idea. … More A Universe From Nothing?