Resources on Atheism

Still Working Out the Details…

As I still struggle with finding  time to write as frequently as I previously did, take a look at some of the resources I’ve written on Atheism over at the CARM blog. Lord willing, I will be back on Wednesday and Friday with new posts. Until then, enjoy!

Is God a “Failed Hypothesis”? This entry explains how the statement “God is a failed hypothesis,” which was popularized by atheist philosopher Victor Stenger, falls apart under scrutiny. God can only be considered a hypothesis if (a.)atheists assume that man is epistemologically autonomous, (b.)that man learns only through the senses, (c.)that all religions are man’s attempts to explain the unexplainable, and (d.)that Christian revelation is not truly revelation from God (which is the whole point of the statement).
“The Bogey Man Called Euthyphro’s Dilemma” This entry explains how Euthyphro’s Dilemma in no way applies to the Triune Lord of All, although it may in fact presenting a devastating case against unitarian monotheism.


“Atheistic Arguments: Attacks on the Character of God” This two part series of articles explains how the more common arguments atheists present against Christianity are really nothing more than attacks on the character of God.


“You Can’t Use the Bible to Prove the Bible!”
This entryexplain how the accusation “Christians use the Bible to prove the Bible” is both unintelligible and guilty of committing the fallacy of equivocation, and shows how proving Scripture from Scripture is not a circular method of proving the status of the books of the Bible at all.

Soli Deo Gloria!

-h.

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