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March 26, 2012

New in the Kiosk: Faith and Evidence (2012) by James R. Henderson

Ambrose Bierce takes faith to be "belief without evidence in what is told by one who speaks without knowledge, of things without parallel." Richard Dawkins terms 'faith' "belief that isn't based on evidence." Sam Harris says "Where we have reasons for what we believe, we have no need of faith." The word 'faith' is badly in need of rehabilitation.


March 23, 2012

Added Do Atheists Need a Moral Theory to be Moral Realists? (2012) by Jason Thibodeau to the Without God, What Grounds Right and Wrong? page under Morality and Atheism in the Modern Documents section of the Secular Web Library.

Despite the power and influence of the Euthyphro dilemma, many apologists maintain that theism alone has the resources to account for objective moral properties. These authors dispute the commonly held view that the argument of the Euthyphro demonstrates that morality must be independent of God (especially as this argument is applied to theories that ground morality in the character of God as opposed to His commands). They argue in addition that regardless of the outcome of that debate, a nontheistic worldview is not compatible with belief in objective morality. In this paper I demonstrate that the argument that there is no viable atheistic account of the ground of morality depends upon the mistaken assumption that theism itself has the kind of moral theory that atheism allegedly lacks.


March 1, 2012

New in the Kiosk: Pimpin' May Not Be Easy, but Try Being a Moderate Christian (2011) by James R. Henderson

If you're feeling like a pimp, go on and brush your shoulders off. If, alternatively, you're feeling like a moderate Christian, you have a tricky tightrope to walk.

 


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