If you believe, as Foucault did, that there is no truth-as-such, only whatever is produced by “regimes of truth,” then it is literally impossible for you to speak truth to… Read more »
If you can’t get an ought from an is, then the whole concept of epistemic obligation goes out the window.
We ought to govern our opinion according to reason.
What is the conceptual distinction between “gender” and “gender identity?” If there is no distinction, then is the idea that I am supposed to identify with my identity, and that’s… Read more »
God’s simplicity is a matter of logical necessity. That is, God is simple necessarily. If you deny God’s simplicity then you must explain what joins the separate essential properties of… Read more »
It seems teleology—seeing in nature Aristotle’s final cause—is impossible not to assume, no matter how hard you try. Just look at this Wikipedia article on the concept of exaptation, which… Read more »
Alvin Plantinga’s evolutionary argument against naturalism (EAAN) focuses on beliefs and the cognitive faculties that produce them. The key to understanding the EAAN is to follow Plantinga as he makes… Read more »
If you are wondering how we got to the point where pedophilia is being mainstreamed, here is part of the story: Michel Foucault—the heavily-cited progenitor of critical theory—on the attack… Read more »
In his debate with James White on the topic of election and loss of salvation, Trent Horn said the following: It is only Calvinists and some evangelicals who believe salvation… Read more »
There is no such thing as “gender identity”—at least, nothing that is distinguishable from delusion. There is only sexual identity: your self-concept as it relates to your biological sex. Realists—especially… Read more »