Category Archives: David B. Hart

Sorry, Your Philosophy is Not Science or Fact and Neither is Mine–One of Them May be True However

Before we get to the matter of our metaphysical frameworks/narratives not being “science” or “fact” let’s start here and herewhere we are told our brains are not computers and that the mind will remain a mystery to science.  And, I … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, David B. Hart, Evolution, mind, Narrative, philosophy, physics, Science, Scientism | 144 Comments

The Great Disconnect

A perennial problem in any exchange or conversation with atheists/agnostics heavily invested in scientism is the complete misunderstanding of the terms and concepts used by Christians specifically, and philosophers in general.  Now, do Christians also misunderstand the terms and concepts … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, David B. Hart, Gopnik, Scientism | 37 Comments

On Free Will

My last post generated some very interesting points, questions, and observations from the comment section.  The purpose of that post was not to prove or give a detailed argument for the free-will or libertarian perspective.  Rather, it was to point … Continue reading

Posted in David B. Hart, determinism, eternity, free-will, hell, love | 39 Comments

Evil and Witness

The greatest problem or mystery that faces the Christian narrative is the problem of evil.  Or, we rather should say that it is the greatest problem that faces any narrative, whether theist or atheist.  How one thinks about, articulates, responds, … Continue reading

Posted in David B. Hart, Dostoevsky, evil, Voltaire

Hart, Autumn, and Poetry

David B. Hart, as only he can do, here points out the magic, mystery, beauty, and poetry of this, my favorite of seasons.

Posted in Autumn, David B. Hart, Poetry