Transcript: Extrapolation of Atheism

  Today I wanted to take a look at a very heated debate about atheism, namely that whether anything can be extrapolated from Atheism, and if so, what logically follows from it. The answer, that I find, varies. The theist is right, in one sense, that the atheist necessarily falls into nihilism and absurdity; the theist is also wrong, in another sense, in that the … Continue reading Transcript: Extrapolation of Atheism

Abraham, Job, Easter, and Christian Anxiety

Abraham reasoned that God could even raise the dead, and so in a manner of speaking he did receive Isaac back from death. Hebrews 11:19 Though he slay me, I will hope in him Job 13: 15 There is a kind of anxiety among Christians when God demands something back or takes something away from us, as he does with Job and Abraham. We may … Continue reading Abraham, Job, Easter, and Christian Anxiety

Wolf & Forest: Chapter One

Aziz gazed into the horizon from the forest, watching the small flicker of fires that blazed in their lanterns above the cobbled bridge. He would not enter. Not yet. There was no rush. He had spent the night sleeping outside the city limits of Gerstund among the fallen leaves. The next day he woke late, drifting in and out of sleep as the sun rose … Continue reading Wolf & Forest: Chapter One

Known vs Not-Known Signifiers

Given a recent spat I’m having discussing things about free will, sin, and the like with someone on Twitter, I decided to make a blog post in relation to it. In the realm of signifiers, there exists three possible relations between the knower and the signified. By signifiers I speak of those things which point towards another, specifically, words themselves. The signified is that which … Continue reading Known vs Not-Known Signifiers

A Critique on Christian Apologetics

Everyone is more or less aware of my own stance on Apologetics in reference to myself: I don’t do it. But a few shower thoughts (literally) have occurred to me, and which I think are nevertheless important, and which are too long for twitter. My aim is not nonbelievers, but rather the Christian himself. I’ve noticed a trend in Christian Apologetics, especially those that attempt … Continue reading A Critique on Christian Apologetics