Morals, Category Errors, and Self-Refutation

In any discussion of morality there is an inherent problem: who defines what is moral? To answer the question, one necessarily needs to define certain categories. These categories are filled in by facts and presuppositions that ultimately sum up and undergird any ethical system that provides groundwork moral reasoning. There are essentially two positions that…

Don’t Tell Me What I Think

It’s terribly tempting to try to crawl into someone’s head in an attempt to psychoanalyze them, to cover your criticism, whether it is justified or not, with a patina of professional jargon to make your own argument look better (see this as an example). Atheists, especially those that want to come off as rational and…

The Problem of Explanation

Sorry that it has been a while since I posted anything. The end of the semester has been rough. With teaching my class at church (the class begins here), finishing school projects and finals, my brain needed some downtime as well as the opportunity to look for new projects to start, like a potential book…