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Five Unprovable First Assumptions

I have already mentioned that there are different foundations for our belief in anything. One of the most curious things about epistemology, though, is that some of our beliefs cannot be proved. 403 more words

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Faith: The Theological Virtue

I haven’t yet defined faith on this blog. The problem is that faith is notoriously difficult to define. So I’ve looked to someone with a little more apologetics experience than me. 812 more words

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Socrates - Defeater of Chronological Snobbery

I love it when a person I respect respects another I respect. Here is a quote by G. K. Chesterton on the importance of Socrates: 291 more words

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Is there one truth? Or two? Or more?

G.K. Chesterton, the great apologist, describes a medieval heresy that is now accepted by most people– that science and religion are two separate fields that are both true “in their own way.” 495 more words

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Biblical Basis for the Scientific Method

Can an intelligent Christian believe in miracles?  Does science rule out the possibility of miracles? If I believe in miracles, can I also use the scientific method? 475 more words

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