Vandivier-Kalam Definition, Vandivier-Kalam Cosmological Argument

The Kalam Cosmological Argument is a well known argument for God. There’s a big problem with it, however, in that the definition of God is highly disputed. This article takes the Kalam from a proof for God and turns it into a definition of God. The Kalam Cosmological Argument: 1) Everything which begins to exist … Read more

CAE Interpretive Proof – Traditional Marriage (2/2, Left-Handed Proof)

This article will argue that Traditional Marriage is an explaining factor of per capita GDP. This is an example of a left-handed proof using Traditional Marriage. A left-handed proof constitutes half of the CAE Interpretive Proof. While the right-handed proof is a philosophical or theological proof, the left-handed proof is meant as proof based on … Read more

Indirect Evidence, Unfalsifiability, Trust and Deception

Indirect/Circumstantial evidence is a thing. A valid thing. If you watch your father rob a store you have directly observed. If you see a man with a mask on wearing your fathers shirt and watch, holding your father’s gun, about the size of your father, barking orders in the voice of your father, running off … Read more

The Miraculous Fallacy

In the false “Science vs Religion” paradigm there is one particular fallacy which stands out among many. It says that if science can explain an event then the event is not miraculous. 1 Many miracles were claimed in the Bible as evidence for God’s existence and power. This includes walking on water, water to wine, … Read more

Evidence and Arguments for God pt. 1

Over time I will put several arguments in here, but here are a few. Some of these are intended as proofs, some are intended as circumstantial or partial evidence for God, and some are intended as attacks on competitive ideas. Some may be arguments or evidence for or against a particular God, while others may … Read more