Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

Countering Theist Apologetics: The Argument from Morality

Most human beings are capable of intuitively apprehending which actions and behaviors promote the well-being of others and which do not. In other words, human beings are, by and large, moral creatures. We are not fundamentally different from any other … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Trilemmas

Guest post by Otheus Foreword A famous biologist [1] once observed that an amalgamation of ideas functions like an organism within an environment, such as an invasive species on an island or as a virus inside a host [2]. From … Continue reading

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