Tag: philosophy

Does God Exist? The Cosmological Argument

In this weekly video, Haden briefly discusses the Cosmological Argument for the existence of God. To support our ministry and receive a bonus weekly video subscribe to our Patreon page for as little as $1/month.  […]

Is it Possible to Speak of God?

*Editor’s Note: This is a portion of a paper Travis once submitted for class. Travis is in class right now working diligently and provided this paper as a post for this week. Introduction Every Sunday […]

What is the Euthyphro Dilemma?

Socrates is probably my favorite philosopher. The guy just walks around ancient Greece asking questions. Who can’t relate to that? I’ve always been the annoying kid with a thousand questions. One observation I have gleamed […]

What is Pascal’s Wager?

Blaise Pascal was a 17th century French philosopher. He “wagered” in his work, Pensées (Thoughts), that a person should endeavor to believe in God because they had nothing to lose and everything to gain. If […]

Is Science the Only Way to Know Something?

While talking with non-believers about the beginning of the universe and what caused the universe to begin, they will sometimes say something along the lines of, “Science doesn’t tell us anything about what is beyond […]

Are Science and Faith Enemies?

Once we define the terms, it becomes obvious that science and faith are not enemies. In fact, faith becomes necessary for science.

Does Truth Exist?

In today’s pluralistic society, you might often hear this response: “What is true for you is not true for me.” It is often spouted in response to an exclusive claim like, “Jesus is the only […]