Category Archives: Philosophy of Religion

Habermas Opens Up to Religion?

At least that’s what Stanley Fish says in Does Reason Know What it is Missing?. It is a good article on Jurgen Habermas (who doesn’t get much mention in the media) and on the strengths and limitations of reason. It … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Heresy

The word “heretic” has become synonymous with unorthodox with an insinuation of cult-like behavior. But look at the etymology of the word: HERESY – “In ancient Greek, the verb ‘hairein,’ meaning ‘to take,’ gave rise to the adjective ‘hairetos’ ‘able … Continue reading

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Atheists at Work

Atheism, Conversion, and Class is an interesting article, but look at the angry user comments. The atheists are once again falling over each other trying to make the most snide and condescending comment about people different from them. Amazing how … Continue reading

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James on Variety of Religious Perspectives

Ought it to be assumed that in all men the mixture of religion with other elements should be identical? Ought it, indeed, to be assumed that the lives of all men should show identical religious elements? In other words, is … Continue reading

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What Atheists do NOT Know About the Study of Religion

A solid article by a philosopher on hypocritical atheists who make comments on matters on which they are ignorant. What Atheists do NOT Know About the Study of Religion

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