Category Archives: Consequences

Beauty and the Mirror

I’m going to wrap up this series on evaluating differing narratives.  To reiterate, often I am asked, if we cannot found or prove a narrative empirically/scientifically, how can we know which one is true?  My first response has always been … Continue reading

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Pinker Again

Well, here is another poor bloke misreading, misunderstanding, and misrepresenting Pinker.  Or, maybe not. He makes a very good point here: “…even those who are skeptical about the scientizing enterprise must stand with the scientists [which I do on questions … Continue reading

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Interesting Argument

Here  if one scrolls down to the random links noted after the main post, we see this: “Hooray for modernity. And rationalism.” Now, if you read the essay noted in the link, there isn’t a single place where the writer connects the cause … Continue reading

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Even More on Consequences…

Here there is more to echo the last couple of posts on this topic.  Here we see that what I’m saying is hardly a strictly “Christian” perspective but most certainly a transcendental one.  I think we can also note another … Continue reading

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