To argue that the truth is unknowable is to presume that it is knowable
Jul24

To argue that the truth is unknowable is to presume that it is knowable

Some skeptics look for flaws in all philosophies, especially philosophies that strive to explain the nature and purpose…

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The comfort blanket of rationalization keeps us willingly in the cage of illusion
May15

The comfort blanket of rationalization keeps us willingly in the cage of illusion

Suppose a person is trapped in a cold cage. They will naturally look for a way to escape. But if inside the cage they are given…

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Spiritual desolation triggers sensual obsession

When our life has no higher purpose, whatever promises of pleasures controls and drags us. For example, if we have nothing…

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The existence of evil points to God, not away from him
Oct10

The existence of evil points to God, not away from him

A common atheist argument is: “Why does evil exist?” But the question could well be turned around, “Why should evil…

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What defines us is what lies at the top of our being, not at the bottom
Mar30

What defines us is what lies at the top of our being, not at the bottom

Some materialists argue that we humans are nothing but animals. Yes, we have much in common with animals: we all struggle…

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To see through everything is to see nothing
Mar09

To see through everything is to see nothing

The purpose of seeing through something is to see to something. A see-through window in our car helps us see things outside…

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