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How Darwinian Assumptions Impede Scientific Progress

My observations are those of a philosopher thinking about the assumptions of Darwinism. The assumptions discussed here are random mutation, natural selection, and survival of the fittest. I like to use the concepts of “fortunate imperfection” and “practical accumulation” to

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Imagining Reality: A Theory of Knowledge for the Arts & Sciences

Check out my new booklet on Epistemology: http://www.amazon.com/Imagining-Reality-Theory-Knowledge-Sciences/dp/1495331881/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1391543625&sr=1-2&keywords=imagining+reality

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Recent Objections to the Cosmological Argument

In recent online discussions about the Cosmological argument for the existence of God, there are two objections that got me thinking hard because they both touch upon key points of the classical argument that need new clarification, and because I

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Thoughts About Epistemology

Awareness is first of all the immediate intuition of perceptions and conceptions. Perceptions are sensory impressions and conceptions are rational impressions. Examples of sensory impressions are my awareness of the chair I am sitting on, and the computer I am

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Acknowledging Causality is the Beginning of Faith & Wisdom

Working backwards through the statement above, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom” according to Psalm 111:10a. Romans 1:20 is familiar to most of us: “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power

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An Argument for the Existence of God from Singularity

Temporal things are temporal because they exist in space and time. Temporal things require an eternal cause. An eternal cause is eternal because it exists outside of space and time. Temporal things exist.             Therefore, an eternal cause of temporal

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Some positive contributions of Christianity to the world.

This morning I’m thinking again – a dangerous thing to do these days. And I happen to be thinking about the positive contributions of Christianity to the world. Some of my thoughts are historical facts and some are my own

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Circle Reflects Paradox of Creation

The perfect circle is the most abstract symbol of insignificance and also the most abstract symbol of eternity.   As the most abstract symbol of insignificance it is symbolic of the “point” in mathematics and physics, like a speck of

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Omega Point

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The Alpha Point

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