Category Archives: Philosophy

Evolution, Baseball, ShowBoat and Political Correctness

Have you ever wondered how BaseBall and the Musical ShowBoat explain why the racist undertones of Political Correctness lead to Obama becoming our “First Black President”? If you have, I would be very surprised. But just for you, I have … Continue reading

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Jackson Pollok and The Psychology of Arson

I was looking at the painting Convergence (by Jackson Pollock in 1952) the other day, and I noticed something which I had not seen before. Now that I have seen it I can’t believe I never noticed it before. Take … Continue reading

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British Literature and An Elephant on the Couch

If you’re like most citizens of the internet you have no doubt seen memes and whatnot attempting to show that belief in God is silly. Here’s an example of what I mean: Many atheists think they have come up with … Continue reading

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Religion, Science and Shakespeare

I was thinking about the alleged fight between science and religion (or as it is presented to me on social media, the fight between Evolution and Christianity) and I realized that we all learned what we need to know about … Continue reading

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Does Adam Represent ALL Men? (Or, If Adam were Steve)

Some people claim that Adam was a metaphor, because “Adam” just means “Man”. Thus, they argue, the Adam of Genesis isn’t intended to be a man, he is meant to represent all men, otherwise he would have a name like everyone … Continue reading

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Objective Morals and the Speed Limit on the Moon

One of the comments I see from atheists on social media all the time has to do with their views on morality. Christians who have studied some philosophy will tell them that, if God did not exist, then objective morals … Continue reading

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God and the Number Five

When atheists ask a Christian “What would it take to convince you that God doesn’t exist?”, this is exactly the same as if we were to turn around and say “What would it take to convince you that the number … Continue reading

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