Monthly Archives: September 2007

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Its All About the Evidence…Evidently!

In many discussions across the blogoshere about the existence of God or supernatural entities, the claim is often made that there’s no reason to think that such things exist because there simply is “no evidence”. Those who do think such entities exist are…

Methodological Naturalism: Is it Necessary for Science?

I’ve recently had the “privilege” of discussing some of the implications of so-called methodological naturalism (MN) on one or two blogs. For Darwinists, especially Darwinists who take philosophical naturalism (PN) as true, MN is an absolute necessity for scientific practice. Thus MN becomes…

My retreat from the public view….

In case you all haven’t heard: My retreat from the public view…. God bless everyone!