Friggin Reason

There are those who say we ought to rely upon reason alone, but this is irrational in the face of reality. A belief in reliance upon reason alone is not reasonable because it fails to acknowledge and account for a certain quanta of required faith. Even if someone does not state explicitly that they “believe” in reason alone, the element of faith remains.

When You’re Right, You’re Right

It’s kind of funny, but when you’re right, you’re right. To be right: 1. You don’t have to know why. [You can base it on a hunch or a gut feeling] 2. You don’t have to have the best argument. 3. You don’t even have to be right for the right reasons. [Galileo was right…

Atheists & Evolutionists: They Always Appeal To A Higher Power

Has anyone else noticed this somewhat endearing trend amongst atheists and evolutionists? Whenever they’re boxed into a corner and can’t answer a bleeding argument, they nearly immediately invoke some sort of “super-atheist,” some sort of fundie neoDarwin apologist, some member of the oft-described “better/smarter men than I” club. Be it richarddawkins.net, talkorigins or their favorite antitheistic author…

Why I Am A Creationist

There are several reasons why I’ve come to believe in Creationism and why I believe that other Christians ought be as well. 1. I believe in God. For several reasons. I’ve never been an atheist. To my point of view, it always just required more faith to rule out the possibility of God than to…

Friggin Reason

There are those who say we ought to rely upon reason alone, but this is irrational in the face of reality. Those who say they believe we ought to rely solely upon reason are defeated before they begin, for they believe in reason. One cannot deduce either the origin or the reliability of reason; it…