At the risk of disappointing some who will think the pluralist argument outlined in the last post is a convincing one, let us now consider some of the major flaws that are within it. The Blind Scribes Although there are many problems with the pluralist illustration of the ‘Blind Scribes,’ I will concentrate on just […]

In the last two posts we considered how the only difference between believers and non-believers is the issue of experience – or put another way, whether the person can attest to having experienced God in some tangible way that convinces him or her of this reality in terms of what can be physically, spiritually, mentally […]

At the end of the last post, I suggested how the gap between people that believe in God and those who don’t is actually quite small – bear with me, all will be explained… I first became aware of this one evening while running the Tough Question’s Forum in which believers and non-believers (for use […]

Why do we have to die? Why do we have to die? Now, while this question is seldom articulated out loud, it is often found in the guise of other questions people ask: questions such as: Why did God create a world dependent on tectonic movement? Why doesn’t God remove all the evil people from […]