Writing here yesterday, I pointed out the problems with materialist metaphysics.
Materialism isn’t really a metaphysical theory. It’s just a mistake. It’s a woefully inadequate understanding of nature.
This odious stuff never ends.
Tom Krattenmaker of Yale Divinity School spots what he sees as good news.
Patients missing large parts of their brain tissue can lead normal lives because the material, the tissue, is not all there is to us.
Materialists believe that, in the end, we are only so many carbon molecules, signifying nothing.
This is a subject on which materialists are largely silent, and with good reason.
An insightful question posed by J. Warner Wallace borrows a metaphor from a typical murder investigation.
It’s the single dreamiest, most unsupported idea in all of science, making Darwinian evolution look like a really solid bet by comparison.
Because it’s really a march for something that undermines good science.