Monthly Archives: October 2008

RFG Intro: Best of Left and Right; Doubting Doubts

Discuss in ILovePhilosophy.com: RFG: Intro.: Best of Left and Right, and Doubting Doubts Tim Keller’s The Reason for God Book Discussion — Introduction Best of Left and Right, and Doubting Doubts Keller observes, “the world is polarizing over religion. It is getting … Continue reading

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Leftover Legalism vs. Love

“What if… just what if people in the world can be brilliant and talented and moral and kind because people honestly have the capacity to be brilliant and talented and moral and kind? What if, whether god(s) made us or … Continue reading

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God’s Essential Nature

I was asked by Peter Harrison on Richard Dawkins’ forum to explain what God is, exactly. He took issue with the fact that God is the same as His attributes. Read on… Peter: “What” is the same as “attributes”? Watch … Continue reading

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