Faith in Philosophy: Philosophers’ Carnival #123

Faith in Philosophy: Philosophers’ Carnival #123


Posted this in reply:

Just curious if you reviewed this submission, and why you thought not to include it:

Good carnival, nonetheless. Thanks.


Received email:

Hi Maryann,

…I did review the submission you mention. It’s an important topic of course, but it also covered a lot of ground in a very short time, and I had a little trouble getting clear about what the argument was. I’m sure that this is due to my not being a very good reader, and also being pressed for time (term paper season!). (I’m going to remove your comment since I’m addressing your question in this message.) In any case, best wishes and happy spring.




About Maryann

Maryann Spikes is the past President of the Christian Apologetics Alliance. She blogs at Ichthus77, and loves apologetics and philosophy. In particular she loves to study all things Euthyphro Dilemma and Golden Rule. Formerly a para-educator (autism) for five years, she holds a Certificate in Christian Apologetics from Biola University, an AA in Humanities via Modesto Junior College, and moonlights as a freelancer on Upwork. You can follow her on Twitter @Ichthus77, connect with the Ichthus77 community on Facebook, or look her up on Google+.
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2 Responses to Faith in Philosophy: Philosophers’ Carnival #123

  1. Jonathan H says:

    Hi Maryann,

    I think he has a point. Your post covered a lot of ground and I think oversimplified some important ideas – particularly natural law theory.

    Peace, and keep chugging away at primary sources!


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