Why should we use the rules of logic?

Why should we use the rules of logic

I have written a few articles recently speaking of logic, propositions, and beliefs. Some folks agree, and others do not, so I thought I would expand on why I believe we should be using the rules of logic. In CMT5 – I don’t believe, I tried to explain the difference … Continue reading

Fresh AiR – S01:E05 – Belief, Truth, and Knowledge

Fresh Air S01E05 belief knowledge and truth

Tonight, we are going to discuss Belief, Knowledge and Truth, and how they can interact with each other and reality. Definitions of Belief, Truth, and Knowledge Belief A proposition you accept as/believe to be true. This does not define whether the belief is rational or not, nor does it define … Continue reading

Conflated and Misunderstood Terms – Volume 2: Theism, Atheism, Agnosticism

Conflated and Misunderstood Terms terms atheist science morality belief

Often in debate folks identify their position as one of the 3; Theist, Atheist, Agnostic. Some folks will sometimes use a combination e.g. Agnostic Atheist/Weak Atheist. It might surprise you, as it did me, that some of the definitions of terms we use are not strictly accurate. Language does indeed … Continue reading

Common Theistic Fallacies

Arguments

‘Common Theistic Fallacies’ was not only one of Kriss Pyke’s first articles on Answers In Reason but one of the very founding articles. Podcasting I’ve been eager to get back in to podcasting and radio and felt ‘Common Theistic Fallacies’ a great article to start on. Answers in Reason will be … Continue reading