I look at the second chapter of Victor Stenger's book God: The failed hypothesis, and in particular his discussion of design arguments for God.
I look at the first chapter of Victor Stenger's book God: The failed hypothesis, and in particular at various philosophical arguments which have been raised against God.
I was recently interviewed by Suan Sonna of intellectual conservatism.
I look at the first chapter of Victor Stenger's book God: The failed hypothesis.
I look at the preface of Victor Stenger's book God: The failed hypothesis. In this chapter, Professor Stenger outlines his method and defines what he means by God and Science. He claims that the only evidence for God could be in the gaps of scientific knowledge.
I begin a review of Victor Stenger's book God: The failed hypothesis. This post gives an introduction and an overview of his work.
Existential inertia is the belief that things have an intrinsic tendency to persist in existence (unless something external to them causes them to cease to exist). Divine conservation is the belief that things need the continuous actions of an external cause to allow them to persist in existence. This discussion is at the heart of the debate between theism and atheism, so it is perhaps surprising that it isn't discussed more. In this post, I outline the issues, and offer a few tentative thoughts.
There has been a recent social disturbance over the actions of a certain police officer, and its racial implications. I offer a thought.
I was recently interviewed by William Deatherage of Clarifying Catholicsm.
Bell's theorem is one of the most important contributions to the philosophy of quantum physics. In particular, it is claimed that it undermines either realism in physics or the principle of locality. My response to this is that it undermines certain models of realism, but not all. In this post, I explore this in more depth.