May 30, 2019

WHERE WE ARE AT Peter Kreeft raises seven objections against The Conspiracy Theory (hereafter: TCT) in an attempt to disprove that theory, as part of an elimination-of-alternatives argument for the resurrection of Jesus.  Kreeft thinks that by disproving four skeptical theories, he can show that the Christian theory is true, that Jesus actually rose from the dead. In previous posts, I argued that Kreeft’s Objection #1, Objection #2, Objection #3, Objection #4, Objection #5, and Objection #6 were all miserable… Read more

May 26, 2019

GEORGE’S ARGUMENT FOR HIS MIRACLE CLAIM In his main web article, Dr. Sean George appears to put forward the following simple argument: 1. Dr. Sean George rose from the dead. (factual claim) A. Only God can cause a person to rise from the dead. (metaphysical claim) THEREFORE: 2. God raised Dr. Sean George from the dead. (miracle claim) In Part 3 of this series of posts, I argued that various clarifications were needed in order for this argument to be… Read more

May 24, 2019

Dr. Sean George implies a miracle claim in the title of his main online article: The day God raised me from the Dead The miracle claim that this title clearly implies is this: God raised me from the dead. To make this claim clear, we need to replace the personal pronoun “me” with its intended referent: God raised Dr. Sean George from the dead. At the top of the web page just above the title of the article, is a… Read more

May 16, 2019

In part I of this series, I showed that the Euthyphro dilemma consists of the following two options: (I) The reason that God commands that we perform morally obligatory actions is that they are morally obligatory. (II) Morally obligatory actions are morally obligatory in virtue of the fact that God commands that we perform them. I also argued that these two options are mutually exclusive and that, from this, we can infer the following two claims: Claim 1: If the… Read more

May 14, 2019

WHERE WE ARE AT Peter Kreeft raises seven objections against The Conspiracy Theory (hereafter: TCT) in an attempt to disprove that theory, as part of an elimination-of-alternatives argument for the resurrection of Jesus.  Kreeft thinks that by disproving four skeptical theories, he can show that the Christian theory is true, that Jesus actually rose from the dead. In previous posts (Part #4, Part #5, Part #6, and Part #7), I argued that Kreeft’s Objection #1 against TCT was a miserable FAILURE. In Part… Read more

May 10, 2019

Dr. Sean George claims that God raised him from the dead. I have prepared a PowerPoint presentation called “The Resurrection of Sean George” which contains lots of relevant information and skeptical points about Dr. Sean George’s miracle claim.  Here at The Secular Outpost,  I plan to present my main objections to his miracle claim. The following is a summary of Dr. Sean George’s alleged resurrection:   One of my primary objections to this miracle claim is that there are millions… Read more

May 8, 2019

WHERE WE ARE AT Peter Kreeft raises seven objections against The Conspiracy Theory (hereafter: TCT) in an attempt to disprove that theory, as part of an elimination-of-alternatives argument for the resurrection of Jesus.  Kreeft thinks that by disproving four skeptical theories, he can show that the Christian theory is true, that Jesus actually rose from the dead. In previous posts (Part #4, Part #5, Part #6, and Part #7), I argued that Kreeft’s Objection #1 against TCT was a miserable FAILURE. In Part… Read more

May 6, 2019

WHERE WE ARE AT Peter Kreeft raises seven objections against The Conspiracy Theory (hereafter: TCT) in an attempt to disprove that theory, as part of an elimination-of-alternatives argument for the resurrection of Jesus.  Kreeft thinks that by disproving four skeptical theories, he can show that the Christian theory is true, that Jesus actually rose from the dead. In previous posts (Part #4, Part #5, Part #6, and Part #7), I argued that Kreeft’s Objection #1 against TCT was a miserable FAILURE. In Part… Read more

May 5, 2019

WHERE WE ARE AT Peter Kreeft raises seven objections against The Conspiracy Theory (hereafter: TCT) in an attempt to disprove that theory, as part of an elimination-of-alternatives argument for the resurrection of Jesus.  Kreeft thinks that by disproving four skeptical theories, he can show that the Christian theory is true, that Jesus actually rose from the dead. In previous posts (Part #4, Part #5, Part #6, and Part #7), I argued that Kreeft’s Objection #1 against TCT was a miserable FAILURE. In Part… Read more

May 4, 2019

WHERE WE ARE AT Peter Kreeft raises seven objections against The Conspiracy Theory (hereafter: TCT) in an attempt to disprove that theory, as part of an elimination of alternatives argument for the resurrection of Jesus.  Kreeft thinks that by disproving four skeptical theories, he can show that the Christian theory is true, that Jesus actually rose from the dead. In previous posts (Part #4, Part #5, Part #6, and Part #7), I argued that Kreeft’s Objection #1 against TCT was a miserable… Read more

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