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September 15, 2017
Kyle Huitt

How Seriously Does Our Concept of Time Affect Arguments for God’s Existence?

A common argument for God’s existence is the Kalam Cosmological Argument which states: 1. All things that begin to exist have a cause. 2. The universe began to exist. 3. Therefore, the universe has a cause (typically understood to be God) Critics of this argument commonly focus on premise number 2 by arguing that the

September 12, 2017
Kyle Huitt

If God is Real, Why Doesn’t He Just Show Himself?

In a post from Patheos entitled “Why is God Hidden?,” Bob Seidenstecker argues that God’s hiddenness is the strongest evidence against His existence, that a loving God would not be hidden, and that excuses to explain God’s hiddenness on the part of theists are just desperate attempts on the part of theists to avoid the

September 8, 2017
Kyle Huitt

Yes, Christianity Is Falsifiable (And, Yes, That’s a Good Thing)

If something is falsifiable, then that means there are ways we would know if it were not true. For example, if someone said there is an intangible, invisible unicorn in the room that could not be sensed in any way, shape, or form, that’s the kind of thing that is unfalsifiable. There are also a

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