I Wish Hodlbot Did This One Thing

HodlBot is a very cool piece of software which operates like an index fund. You pay HodlBot money and HodlBot will allocate a portfolio of cryptocurrency purchases for you. HodlBot supports custom portfolio allocations by coin. You can tell HodlBot

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Christian Falsifiability

I often hear smugly from some non-Christians that Christianity is a matter of faith and thereby non-falsifiable. This is completely incorrect. Christianity is based on historical fact and therefore it is uniquely falsifiable among religions. Here are 5 quick ways

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On Science and Religion

This article aggregates a few talking points on the relationship between Christianity, education, religion, and science. Ecklund and Scheitle, 2017, Religion vs. Science: What Religious People Really ThinkAbout 36 percent of evangelicals think scientists are hostile to religion, compared to

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The Goldilocks Diversity of Christianity

There is a meme going about which seems to attack Christianity’s credibility on the grounds of hyperdiversity: First of all, I think diversity within Christianity should be considered a strength. Ironically, secularists tend to be politically liberal, and diversity is

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Religion is Not Just a Placebo

I recently wrote about empirical evidence which might identify a correct understanding of the practices of prayer and laying on hands. While researching this topic I encountered a video in which Sam Harris, a famous atheist, acknowledges some benefits of

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Empirical Research May Back Prayer and Laying on Hands

An interesting study out of Carnegie Mellon found that hugs can “help ease the negative impact of personal setbacks like a disagreement with a friend, or being turned down for a promotion at work.” It’s also well-known that skin-to-skin contact is

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Shades of Unschooling

Meet the unschoolers is a nice introduction to unschooling. It clarifies that unschoolers may be homeschooled or may attend another school at the same time. It introduces the distinction between unschooling and radical unschooling. It helps us understand why unschooling

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Huemer v Plantiga

This article mentions my confusion on the distinction between Huemer’s phenomenal conservatism and the notion of properly basic beliefs, largely from Plantiga, and often referenced by William Lane Craig. There is a small circle of respected thinkers among my educated

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Battleground God is Whack

Huemer refers to Battleground God as a fun philosophy game, but this game is a predictable sheep in wolf’s clothing. There is no possible way to get through the game without being chastised for believing in God. I scored in the top

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Top 5 Reasons to Choose Christianity

Christianity is true.Empirically credible and based on real events.Logically and theologically consistent.Institutional credibility: It’s old and market-tested.Christianity puts love first.Islam: SubmissionBuddhism: Minimize suffering.Christianity: Be Christ-like. This is completely expressed as love.Christianity is your best return on investment.Salvation by faith alone.Christianity

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