Tag: atheism

Darwin on Trial

In one way, I sort of regret even writing these short posts on Why I am Not an Atheist, because they are short. And I have no wish to caricature these thinkers by misrepresenting them. But I am sharing their own words and reflecting on their meaning. When it comes to Darwin, I need to open […]

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Why I Am Not An Atheist

A Slightly More Philosophical Musing I have a reflection mostly written, but not yet ready, on Why I am a Christian. I’ll finish it one of these days. For several days this week, I am going to provide posts that are more philosophical in nature. I hope they will be helpful. I want to address […]

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Bucket List Goals: God Overflowing!

“I don’t believe in God, but I miss him.” What a poignantly insightful and profoundly sad opening to a memoir by the atheist Julian Barnes (Nothing to Be Frightened Of). Here is another one, only from G.K. Chesterton: “He who does not believe in God, doesn’t believe in nothing, he believes in anything.” * Now […]

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