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…

Atheists and Their False Dilemmas

Over the past few weeks I’ve seen the above graphic on several atheist posts and I think that it is worth taking time to look at it and respond to it as the clear fallacious argument that it presents.  There’s a number of fallacies in it, a clear straw man to begin with that is…