Argument from Logic

If anyone out there actually cares about this blog, then I apologize. It’s been like a month and half since I posted. Lately some things have captured my thoughts completely, and I only recently have started thinking about fun things again. This discussion is built off of a previous post that you can find here. There I attempted to demonstrate that free will cannot exist in a naturalistic universe. Well it’s not really built off it, but it is related and it would be good to keep in mind that free will doesn’t exist in naturalism.  Anyways. Here we go. Continue reading “Argument from Logic”


So, relativism. By this I mean┬átruth┬árelativism, the belief that truth is dependent on individuals and that objective truth does not exist. If a person believes that people have souls, then that person would be making a true statement if he says, “People have souls.” But if the guy sitting next to him does not believe it, then he also would be making a true statement if he says, “People have no souls.” It sounds a bit crazy that you could believe that they are both right, but a lot of postmodernism is based on this idea.

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