Life is a Tragedy If Atheism is True

If naturalism (atheism) is how reality actually is, then life is a tragedy. We are the accidents of an impersonal universe. Our lives have no meaning or purpose—except for the arbitrary purposes we create—and everything we do will be ultimately forgotten and inconsequential. We’ll be
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Joy from 2 Contrasting Worldviews

Joy from 2 Contrasting Worldviews I find that comparing how Christianity understands a concept with another worldview to be rather illuminating. Here’s a recent compare and contrast with naturalism (atheism) on the topic of joy, along with the problem of consistency. JOY IN THE
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Is Wisdom a Myth?

IS WISDOM JUST A MYTH? Permit me to run a thought experiment. What if wisdom is just a myth? What if there is no such thing as wisdom, what if wisdom is just an arbitrary human convention? It seems to be if we live in a God-less reality—a naturalistic worldview—then wisdom is merely a
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2 Different Ways of Understanding Justice: Naturalism & Christianity

2 Different Ways of Understanding Justice: Naturalism and Christianity Naturalism is the view that there is no such thing as God or the supernatural or the spiritual world, all we are is matter acting up chance and time in a closed physical reality. This worldview leads to a radically
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