Religion and Truth When we examine religious claims to truth and goodness through the lens of warrant, we find a paradox in the nature of revelation.
The Fragility of Religious Authority Why religious war? This is why.
Can Religious Belief Be Knowledge? Religious belief begins where knowledge ends, and that is early in the search for God.
Theology’s Cloud of Unknowing The issue of immanence and transcendence reveals interesting questions about any effort to justify religious authority as a source of public morality and poses lesser problems for the permissibility of belief.
The Problem of Metaphor in Religion Literal vs figurative. How the common effort to explain religious truth by means of figurative language must end in further confusion
The Latest Creationism Debate Commentary on the Youtube debate between evolutionist Bill Nye and creation science thinker Ken Ham
A Problem with Sacred Texts Believers wish to submit to the absolute truth of their scriptures, but the texts do not permit that level of trust
C.S. Lewis, Religious Knowledge, and Belief A half-hearted defense of C.S. Lewis’s approach to religious knowledge
Theocracy and the Commandments An attack on theocracy
Divine Justice Investigation into the difficulties of calling God to account and the impossibility of doing otherwise
Religious Knowledge as Mobius Strip A flat rejection of the possibility of expertise in apologetics and a sincere search for alternatives
Must Religion Retreat? A defense of belief without knowledge
Christianity Is A Crooked Path A survey of heresies reveals the variability of permissible Christian beliefs
To What Extent Can Uncompassed Doxastic Beliefs Guide True Moral Commitments? What kinds of religious beliefs are morally permissible?
What Is the Christian’s Moral Duty? An attempt to link permissible religious belief to a complete moral system