Category Archives: Golden Rule

Philosophers’ Carnival #138

Welcome again to Philosophers’ Carnival, “which aims to showcase the best philosophical posts from a wide range of weblogs. We invite submissions from bloggers and readers, and collate the submitted posts into one big round-up (or ‘carnival’) every three weeks, … Continue reading

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Is-ought discussion with WLC

I had a discussion with Dr. Craig in a note I posted on Facebook, but I am deleting Facebook Sunday and the discussion was never resolved, so I am moving it to here.  Hopefully he can reply here or in … Continue reading

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"God and Evolution" reading log from Facebook

Some months back, Wintery Knight generously (though with the ulterior motive of converting me from BioLogos to I.D.) sent me “God and Evolution” edited by Jay Richards.  I determined to finish it by the end of the year and did … Continue reading

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Answering Stephen Law’s evil god argument

This is a reply to Stephen Law’s “evil god” argument he gave in his debate with William Lane Craig in October.  I first posted a version of it in a comment to my blog post here, in reply to Jason … Continue reading

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Answering Jerry Coyne and Jason Thibodeau on the Euthyphro Dilemma

Maryann, Matt, Tom and Jerry (missing:  Jason) I’m writing this blog post to get in on the most recent Euthyphro Dilemma dilemma between atheist biologist Jerry Coyne and my fellow Christian Apologetics bloggers Matt Flannagan of MandM and Tom Gilson … Continue reading

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Good without God?

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Philosophers’ Carnival call for submissions

I’ll be hosting the next Philosophers’ Carnival on June 27 (submit by June 25).  Email submission if need be. . Some topics I’d like to see in the submissions: How can an objectively true moral ‘ought’ correspond to the ‘is’ of reality? … Continue reading

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Christian Carnival #376

Welcome to the April 20, 2011 edition of Christian Carnival!  There are two categories in this carnival:  Apologetics and Theological Issues, and Devotionals and Advice.  Enjoy!Apologetics and Theological Issues Rey Reynoso presents Christ Didn’t Die For All: He Died For … Continue reading

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The Golden Rule (self=Other) and God

The Golden Rule (treat the Other as self; self=Other, as opposed to self>Other, as in egoism, or self<Other, as in some utilitarian theories) is both… the why (the end; consequentialist/teleological theories) and how (the means; conduct/duty theories) of both being (virtue … Continue reading

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This week’s Christian Carnival is posted

Christian Carnival #375 at Jevlir Caravansary.  This carnival features my Craig v Harris debate post mortem, audio and video, as well as my God (is) the Golden Rule (ought) without offending Hume. I’ll be hosting the next carnival.  Here is … Continue reading

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