God and Insignificant beings

There is an atheistic trope that attempts that show why God either does not exist or does not interfere with our lives: We are insignificant beings whereas God, being a supreme being, has better things to do than watch over us at all times. Now against this trope it would suffice to say that “¬†For God so loved the world that he gave his one … Continue reading God and Insignificant beings

A Proof for God

Many unbelievers and nonbelievers alike ask for proofs on the existence of God. So in regards to their pleas for such, I will give one. The nature of this argument is to fulfill two roles specifically, which are the predominant issues among unbelievers and nonbelievers alike: Because not all are alike in the competence of philosophical inquiry, therefore it is necessary that this argument reach … Continue reading A Proof for God

Philosophical Floors and Ceilings

Early this morning (as all my philosophical discussions tend to happen), my friends and I were arguing with another friend as to how water can be found in soda and milk, since he said it wasn’t in it. I won’t bore you with the details of that argument, but we essentially told our friend that “You shouldn’t speak on things you don’t know.” Taken as … Continue reading Philosophical Floors and Ceilings

My Poetry: Constellation

As nature’s light is never spent, there lives A quickgold, whitegold glimmering light calls out The day all flash and outflamed eyes, last lights The night holds generations gathered greets And glows the sight. The firefolk family’d fresh, Fleshed, heaven’s flunged tongue threshed the elder minds A thunder throne or year’s fall spheres wall bones And beasts that, rolling, roaring, rivers sky A thousand stories. … Continue reading My Poetry: Constellation

A Favorite Phrase: Logical Fallout

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately, and not so much writing on it. Considering that my own philosophical thoughts are more for myself than others, I find little need to write them for public discourse, i.e. I am interested in knowing what is truth; whether my neighbor wants to know, care to know, or needs to know is irrelevant to me. I am … Continue reading A Favorite Phrase: Logical Fallout

The Thornweaver: Ch. 3

The man in the distance shook his lantern, like how one would shake a container to free it of something. Flame dripped into the air, rising and taking shape. The serpent was birthed from flames, its form straightening from the flicker of light that pervaded the lantern. The fire coiled around him, his friend, and the dragon, encircling them as my thorn’s had guarded me … Continue reading The Thornweaver: Ch. 3