A heresy might be true or it might be false, but part of its attraction lies in offering a rallying cry against the smirk of the mighty.
C. S. Lewis was an agnostic before he became a Christian, so he understood the spell of unbelief.
I am a biologist, a worker in a field with a sorrowful history of categorizing human beings by race, arranging them in a false hierarchy.
Egnor explains, “Nominalism is the view that universals exist only as concepts in the mind, but not in reality.”
“We are always told that ‘strict guidelines will protect against abuse.’ It’s always been baloney.”