6 Basic Kinds Of Answer To The Question “Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing?”

by Eric Steinhart Why is there something rather than nothing? This question includes God in its scope: if there is a God, then God is something, so we can always ask: why is there God rather than no God? This implies that the question cannot be answered by appealing to God. It can’t be answered [Read More...]

Is The Idea Of “Nothing” Illusory?

I was thinking about the argument for the existence of God that hinges on the question of how something could come from nothing.  And I wondered, is nothing even an intelligible concept?  Everything we experience is something. We have a concept of zero since we can imagine there being zero of some particular thing either [Read More...]

Craig vs. Stenger On The Existence Of God

Philosopher and theologian William Lane Craig squares off against scientist Victor Stenger on the existence of God.  The debate is in multiple parts, so I recommend you watch all the way through and not just what is posted here.  In fact, start this video about 8 minutes in so you can skip the longwinded introductions [Read More...]


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