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Atheism and the Personal Pronoun

Iron Man

The overwhelming majority of atheists today are also materialists. Ousting God implies an evacuation of all things “spiritual,” leaving behind only blind, brute, bits of matter. Whichever one arrives at first—whether materialism or atheism—is really inconsequential; one usually follows the other. Concerning galaxies and stars, materialism seems unthreatening. After all, these are material, natural phenomena that we can understand, explain, and model according to material causes; there’s nothing supernatural about supernovas. But when atheistic-materialism trains its lens upon the human person, something quite puzzling... Read More

HeartOfGold

Why Having a Heart of Gold is Not What Christianity is About

Many atheists and agnostics today insistently argue that it is altogether possible for non-believers... Read More

Genetics

Science Reveals Who We Are is Determined by How We Are

According to scientific orthodoxy, all living things were entirely determined by their genetic... Read More

Why the Church is Ahead of Mathematicians on Ecumenical Dialogue

A Stanford School of Engineering research team has developed a new mathematical model for... Read More

Picture

Does Everything Happen for a Reason?

A reader once wrote to me to ask: "I have a quick question, and I apologize if it’s awfully... Read More

Science

The Real War on Science

A Google search returns about 350,000 hits for “war on science.” Glancing through the... Read More

Hiddeness

Divine Hiddenness and Human Disclosure

The agnostic has said in his heart, “If God exists, why doesn’t He make it more obvious,... Read More

Questions

What Questions Do You Have for Catholics and Atheists?

Today we're excited to introduce a new initiative at Strange Notions, and we need your help!... Read More

Rose

The Challenge of Ontological Disproofs

Dr. Peter Kreeft once noted that, “When Saint Thomas Aquinas wrote his great Summa Theologica,... Read More

Polgenism

Monogenism or Polygenism?: The Question of Human Origins

NOTE: Today we finish our two part series by Dr. Edward Feser exploring questions about evolution,... Read More

NatGeo

Knowing an Ape from Adam

NOTE: Today we begin a two part series by Dr. Edward Feser exploring questions about evolution,... Read More