Category Archives: From The Ground Up

Building a philosophical foundation for Christianity

A Foundation Built

This is the final “From The Ground Up” post. The purpose of this series of posts was to build a philosophical foundation of truth from basic, universally accepted principals. Why did I make this series? Every claim to truth contains … Continue reading

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A Religion Worth Following

The final area of truth I will write about is the area of religion. As with my posts on the other areas of truth, I will start by establishing a definition of the topic at hand One definition of “religion” in … Continue reading

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The Philosophy of it All

Philosophy is a subject that we can use to discover a lot of truth about the world we live in. There are several reasons why it is so important: 1) Philosophy has a broad definition One definition of philosophy that … Continue reading

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A Historical Post

It has been a long time since my last post in this blog, so I am going to summarize where I am at right now. I started laying base “foundations” for truth, talking about its objectivity and exclusivity. I talked … Continue reading

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Science Rules?

The first area we can explore to discover truth that I will discuss is science. When talking about this topic, it is important to establish definitions. There are different definitions for science, whether it’s “the study of nature” or “any … Continue reading

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Bias With a Remote Possibility

This post begins a series on exploring the different ways we can discover truth. Three main areas I want to focus on are the following: 1. Science 2. History 3. Philosophy I may discuss the area of religion/spirituality as well. … Continue reading

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A Trophy-Worthy Assumption

My first four main posts mostly discussed the existence of objective truth. Why focus on this topic so much? My aim with this blog is to establish basic assumptions, and from there build up to other claims to truth. In … Continue reading

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Religiously Different – Part 2

In my previous post, I laid a foundation for the central beliefs of 3 religions: Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. I made these lists in preparation to give an example showing that the “religious beliefs are relative” view is illogical. In this … Continue reading

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Religiously Different – Part 1

In my last main post, I discussed the exclusivity of all religious systems. Now I am going to look more specifically at 3 religions, and then ask the question, “Can these all be true?” Put in another way, do they … Continue reading

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Excluse me, but it’s all true

I now turn to another area of life, religion, to see how the relative view affects it. The view I will focus on is the view that religion is essentially “internal”; whatever religious view you hold is true to yourself. … Continue reading

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