Monthly Archives: January 2013

“God Is Simple”: Can Apologists Even Conceptually Jump This Shark?

[I am planning to expand this older essay as part of a blog series that I am doing on the theology of Thomas Aquinas on my philosophy blog Civitas Humana. As such, some of the content below may be revised in … Continue reading

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A Response to Cliffe Knechtle’s Campus Apologetics

[As of June 20th, 2013, I have just learned that apologist Cliffe Knechtle has acknowledged errors in the 10/42 apologetic. I apologize for not mentioning Cliffe’s admission sooner, since he appears to have written it in 2012, but I just … Continue reading

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Is Atheism (Much Less Physicalism) Fashionable?

A growing slogan that I have recently heard echoing among apologetics circles is the claim that it is “popular” these days to be atheist, agnostic, or skeptical. The tactic is simple: represent atheism as some ephemeral trend of fashion and … Continue reading

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Why Am I Not Convinced?

I do not believe that God or gods exist. For anyone who has read this blog, that much should be obvious. I was not always an atheist, however, but was once a Christian, who was raised in a non-denominational Protestant … Continue reading

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