Monthly Archives: December 2009

Divine Command Theory

An interesting conversation was taking place here in the comment section regarding the origin and objectivity of morality. Given the length of that conversation, I decided to move it over to here and bring it out of the response/comment section … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, naturalism | 11 Comments

Best Wishes to all for Christmas

One Solitary Life Here is a man who was born in an obscure village, the child of a peasant woman. He grew up in another village. He worked in a carpenter shop until He was thirty and then for three … Continue reading

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Did Darwin kill God?

I mentioned the paper on Darwin and evolution that Conor Cunningham submitted at a previous conference. He has since put together a BBC documentary developing the subject even further, which has since been picked up by ABC. Certainly worth a … Continue reading

Posted in Conor Cunningham, Darwin, Evolution

Rethinking the Secular and the Religious

I wish I had the time in January to go to this conference. Looks good.

Posted in James KA Smith, Religion

Money is God

Phillip Goodchild writes here about his book Theology of Money . Of note, he writes: …Where God promises eternity, money promises the world. Where God offers a delayed reward, money offers a reward in advance. Where God offers himself as … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Goodchild | 2 Comments