Tag Archives: Philosophy of Religion

When philosophers scaremonger!

This is a response to an article in the Guardian Newspaper published today: Philosophy is not religion. It must not be taught that way The piece seems a little oversimplified to me. Don’t get me wrong. I don’t agree with … Continue reading

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William Lane Craig and Arif Ahmed on the Moral Argument

I recently listened to the debate between William Lane Craig and Arif Ahmed which took place at Cambridge University a few years ago. One of the points of contention was the moral argument and specifically whether there are objective moral … Continue reading

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Where is God?

I followed a link to the ‘The Official Blog of University of Missouri Sceptics, Atheists, Secular Humanists and Agnostics’ today. The article which had been recommended was called: ‘Are Christian Apologists Evidence Against Christianity?’ Since the only reply underneath the … Continue reading

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