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Self-attestation is not fallaciously circular

In terms of justification, the Bible is self-attesting because God is self-attesting, being ultimate and self-contained. Philosophically such self-attestation is not fallaciously circular, for all ultimate commitments (Enlightenment rationalism included) must be self-attesting if they are not to be self-referentially incoherent. 45 more words

Comment Section Dialog

One of the things I find challenging about exchanges between debating parties on the internet whether it be on message boards or in the comment sections of blogs is that the parties tend to make too many points in one post. 981 more words

The “works of god” you see rising before you do not prove the existence of god

I’ll try not to make a habit of posting these kinds of screenshots, but I see this kind of poor logic so often, and this example is so fucking funny, I can’t help sharing it. 231 more words

Skepticism

Finding recovery in purpose and purpose in recovery

This draft was started just a few months ago.  It’s like recovery inception, which kept getting too wordy for my inner perfectionist.  So, this is fair warning, I’m not editing this post once it’s finished and it might get rambly. 609 more words

Science Is The Religion of Assumption

*Warning: you may be offended.*

Atheism, the belief that condones the existence of God, has become increasingly popular in the last millennium and is the main contender against religion. 865 more words

Anime

The Circular Reasoning of Exclusionism

Since this is the first installment of articles in this particular category, let me address, more in-depth in this one location, something that the majority of the articles in this category will be dealing with… again and again: circular reasoning.  856 more words

Circular Reasoning

Game Buzz: Mensa Select Winners 2016, part I

An award that I hear about every year, but really haven’t paid a whole lot of attention to, is the Mensa Select award.  This award is given out annually by Mensa (the high IQ society) to five games after their Mind Games weekend, which this year was held in Chicago, IL.   933 more words

Game Buzz