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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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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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The Problem of Evil – A Good Result

In my last post I gave an introduction to the problem of evil, one of the most common objections brought up against the existence of God. I briefly explained two objections involving this problem: the logical objection and the probability objection. … 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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