The Quantum Thomist

Musings about quantum physics, classical philosophy, and the connection between the two.
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Is God a failed Hypothesis? Part 19: Revelation, Genesis and Jesus

Last modified on Sun May 1 18:32:44 2022


In this post, I discuss the nature of revelation, prophecy, and historical evidence for Jesus.

Is God a failed Hypothesis? Part 18: The fall of the Israelite Kingdoms

Last modified on Mon Feb 21 08:50:55 2022


In my review of Professor Stenger's work, I have reached a few comments he made concerning biblical archaeology, where he claimed that the Old Testament had basically been disproved by archaeological findings. This is the seventh post in a series in which I will discuss the archaeology of the Old Testament. In this final post I discuss whether archaeology disproves the Biblical account of the late Monarchy period.

Is God a failed Hypothesis? Part 17: The early Monarchy

Last modified on Sun Jan 16 14:56:08 2022


In my review of Professor Stenger's work, I have reached a few comments he made concerning biblical archaeology, where he claimed that the Old Testament had basically been disproved by archaeological findings. This is the seventh post in a series in which I will discuss the archaeology of the Old Testament. In this post I discuss whether archaeology disproves the Biblical account of the early Monarchy period

Is God a failed Hypothesis? Part 16: The Judges

Last modified on Sun Jan 16 14:56:37 2022


In my review of Professor Stenger's work, I have reached a few comments he made concerning biblical archaeology, where he claimed that the Old Testament had basically been disproved by archaeological findings. This is the sixth post in a series in which I will discuss the archaeology of the Old Testament. In this post I discuss whether archaeology disproves the Biblical account of the Judges period

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