Tag: logic

Evidence and Existence

In college I took a course called “Foundations of Christian Thought,” which aimed to teach Christian students about non-Christian worldviews and the rational foundations of the Christian faith. The professor built his own system of “tests” for competing worldviews such as pantheism, naturalism, and theism. The three tests were: 1) evidence, 2) logical consistency, and

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Mischaracterization and Credibility

I firmly believe in the importance of being exposed to opposing viewpoints and putting the Socratic method to practice. This is one way to counteract complacency and dogmatism in our own personal thinking and consequently in society as a whole. For this reason I still read books and subscribe to blogs that reflect opinions and

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