Quickly Showing that God Exists

There are many proofs and arguments that the Christian God exists, but they are not all equally convincing, concise, intuitive, or orthodox. This article gives 4 concise points which make belief in God preferred if they are accepted, and these points provide a good starting point for a longer discussion in case any of these … Read more Quickly Showing that God Exists

Against Moral Autodeterminism

This article argues that secular moral autodetermism is an equally poor option compared to secular nihilism, and therefore secularism is once again non-preferred to Christianity. Countless somebodies and nobodies have written on Rules for Life. The trend is given new attention with Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life and Chris Pratt’s equally good 9 Rules for … Read more Against Moral Autodeterminism

The Many Gods Problem

Today I want to issue a challenge: Show me a single valid criticism of Christianity. I plan on dealing with Huemer’s Scary Bible Quotes, but let me know if you are aware of any other criticisms. In anticipation of such things I thought to make a list of some of the worst objections to Christianity … Read more The Many Gods Problem

An Odd Argument for Belief in God – The Vandivierian Wager

Note: This article was originally featured in April 2013 a guest blog article on JTHMishMash, but that site has since gone offline. So I am publishing it here. In this article I cover an original argument for belief in God. If this argument holds then belief in the Christian God is preferable to other worldviews. … Read more An Odd Argument for Belief in God – The Vandivierian Wager

J Warner Wallace On Hell

This article will cover some theology and apologetics on hell. This article is my summary of and commentary on a recent podcast series from J Warner Wallace. J Warner Wallace recently released a podcast series called, “Answering Common Objections to the Notion of Hell.” Part 1 was released a week ago and part 2 was … Read more J Warner Wallace On Hell

Caeconomics and Self-Ownership are Incompatible

This article will argue that caeconomics and the concept of self-ownership are incompatible. Self-ownership is a neat concept in ethics and philosophy. Increasingly it is being used in social, political and economic philosophical arguments as well. For example, one of my favorite interdisciplinary philosophies is voluntaryism. While many philosophical or scientific arguments for voluntaryism do … Read more Caeconomics and Self-Ownership are Incompatible

5 Eschatological Points to Consider

Because I make friends with people who like to talk about religion and such, I often get to hear about really terrible eschatological theories. This article will cover 5 points which I think should be considered while talking about how the end of days will occur from the Christian viewpoint. I am certainly not a Bible … Read more 5 Eschatological Points to Consider

Religious Arguments for Minarchism

One peculiar argument for minarchism is the religious argument. Usually this argument is discounted because religion is thought to have no place in academia. Of course as students of caeconomics we disagree, and therefore this argument becomes much more relevant. Specifically we care about the Christian argument for minarchism. All other religious arguments we may … Read more Religious Arguments for Minarchism

5 Objections to Anarchism

This article will discuss a few of my objections to the work of David Friedman and Larken Rose. First let me disclaim that I am a huge fan of David Friedman and even a marginal fan of Larken Rose, although I have only trivially researched the latter until now. Despite our several agreements, there are, … Read more 5 Objections to Anarchism