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Here’s Thomas’ Aquinas’ Five Ways of proving the existence of God, and the claim that explanations only explain if they start somewhere:
And then there’s William Rowe’s famous article on G-d and suffering. With enemies like atheist philosopher William Rowe, do Christians even need friends? And why would G-d let bad things happen to innocent animals in the forest? Where’s the free will in that? The award for Best Answer goes to the theology that can tell us where!
And sci-fi helps us ask: Just what makes me me?
And a new playlist just started last Friday: Great Plays and Philosophy (YouTube/Rumble). So far all’s we got is Eumenides, but coming up on future Fridays are Oedipus, Hamlet, Macbeth, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Waiting for Godot, and The Bald Soprano.