Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Fallacy of All-Natural

I was reading an article about the anti-vaccine movement, encouraging pro-vaccine supporters to be more vocal – something I support whole-heartedly.  In the article there was an awesome quote, that really needs to be driven home whenever any of the … Continue reading

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MOOCs and Treadmills

MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) are a hot topic in education, and no one seems to know quite how it will play out.  After sitting in on several of these, I’ve come to find (at least for me) that they … Continue reading

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What to do when you’re not an expert

So I was listening to the very interesting discussion between William Lane Craig and Lawrence Krauss at the City Bible Forum, which I’ll discuss another time.  There was a good question at the end where the moderator asked – what … Continue reading

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Origins of Religion – Two Hypotheses

In one of Don Johnson’s podcasts, he gave some “data” which he claims is supported by the theistic worldview and not the atheistic worldview.  The points he raises are: everyone has a moral code all cultures have essential monotheism (one … Continue reading

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The Supernatural and the History of Cosmology

I hold the view that the term “supernatural” is simply an incoherent concept. No one has been able to demonstrate that that the set of “supernatural” things is not empty, or how you would be able to tell!  Still, if … Continue reading

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God in the head

On the Unbelievable Facebook page, Delia Ives posted: The evidence that God exists as an idea inside peoples’ heads and the lack of evidence that he exists elsewhere is so obvious that theists have no excuse for denying it. And, … Continue reading

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