Monthly Archives: June 2013

Rules for Criticizing Opponents

Below is an excerpt from Dan Dennett’s article article “tools for thinking”.  I heard an interview with him on Point of Inquiry, which I would say was just “ok”.  I wanted to hear more about the tools, and too much of … Continue reading

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The source of morality

Over at David Marshall’s blog he has another response in our ongoing conversation about the origins of morality, modern perspectives on slavery, and the roles of Christianity in it all. In this latest reply he brings in a large amount … Continue reading

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Christianity and morality

In a comment to one of my posts about miscellaneous Christian ideas, David Marshall asks the following question: Why do you suppose that you think slavery is wrong?  How do you know it isn’t because you are at the end of … Continue reading

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Miscellaneous Christian topics – another counter to Marshall

Over at David Marshall’s blog he has posted a response to one of my Unbelievable Project posts (sidenote: I do promise to get back to that project…I have a number of episodes in the hopper, I just need a block … Continue reading

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Model helicopter guided by power of thought….

I don’t think I need to add anything to this one…the title and movie speak for themselves. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSTLHBrTgD4&feature=youtu.be All right, I’ll add something…cool!

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Evidence Of Other Universes

When I see things like this, I recall pieces of apologetics like “everything that begins to exist has a cause”, and “the existence of the multiverse is a bigger faith claim than the existence of God”, and they ring empty … Continue reading

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