This is the concluding post of the series. The Problem of Evil: Part 5 Apologists must demand that atheists remain consistent to their worldview when approaching the problem of evil. Why? Because no atheist actually consistently lives within the bounds of their worldview presuppositions. Very few atheists actually take their presuppositions (that logic is not […]Read more "The Problem of Evil: Part 5"
My last post in this series dealt with the issue of logic and the problem of evil. This post will examine morality and the problem of evil. The Problem of Evil: Part 4 Atheists rightly observe the immense pain, suffering and injustice in the world and deem it evil or morally repugnant. So, when atheists […]Read more "The Problem of Evil: Part 4"
The Problem of Evil: Part 3 In my previous post, I noted the inconsistencies that are inherent to the three most popular explanations for the existence of logic. This post will explore this issue further. These aforementioned inconsistencies can be further demonstrated by using the Transcendental Argument for God (henceforth referred to as TAG). This […]Read more "The Problem of Evil: Part 3"
The Problem of Evil: Part 2 Any time the atheist objector states the problem of evil, they generally do so in a format that is both logically coherent and emotionally engaging. It is interesting that atheism is purported to be a position that is logical and consistent with reality. Given the materialist worldview of atheism, […]Read more "The Problem of Evil: Part 2"
Over the past few years, I have taught classes and delivered papers that deal with the problem of evil. I am going to attempt to summarize much of this material in a series of blog posts that I hope will be helpful. Check back for updates. The Problem of Evil: Part 1 The purpose of […]Read more "The Problem of Evil: Part 1"