Monthly Archives: June 2016

“But, I live as if it weren’t true…”

I think one of the most, if not the most, significant indicator that one’s world-view (narrative, story, faith, which includes philosophical naturalism, scientism, empiricism, etc.) is false, unhealthy, or extremely weak is if it ever leads one to say something … Continue reading

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Friday Roundup

For all those who believe neuroscience is on the brink of telling us all there is to know about the brain/consciousness…ummm…there’s been a slight set-back… On not being duped.  Here indeed (make sure you watch the “best” man’s speech) is the … Continue reading

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