William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked part 5 of 5 (The Ontological Argument)

Kalam cosmological argument

The Ontological Argument So here we are m’lords, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, we have finally reached the concluding chapter of the debunking of William Lane Craig’s 5 arguments for god debunked. It has been a roller coaster of emotion, well for us here at AIR it has anyway. … Continue reading

Is it true that a scientific theory can be refuted but never verified?

Scientific Theory and the Scientific Method Introduction There are many methods that humanity uses in its quest for knowledge about our existence. Of the many methods used to justify our world views one of those is the ‘scientific method’. Due to its regular ‘success’ at determining information about how the … Continue reading

William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked part 4 of 5 (The teleological argument)

Kalam cosmological argument

The Teleological Argument From Fine Tuning Hi and welcome back to part 4 of the 5 arguments presented by William Lane Craig for the existence of god. Are you guys and gals sick of him yet, or me for that matter? I do hope not the latter. Hang in there … Continue reading

William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked part 1 of 5

Kalam cosmological argument

William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked Excerpts of Craig’s essay will appear in italics below and I will be addressing his points in turn below each italic section, in separate paragraphs outlining problems with his arguments. He kicks off with the Cosmological argument after a short foreword from himself … Continue reading

How can we know truth? A practical guide to reality

The Truth

This article presents a personal analysis and conclusions on truth and reality. It provides a foundation for determining how to separate fact from fiction. Definitions Let’s start with a few definitions to get us off the ground: I/me/self: we find ourselves as an individual. A mind distinct from others. Knowledge: that which … Continue reading