As the Christian sees things, God does not stand idly by, coolly observing the suffering of His creatures. He enters into and shares our suffering. He endures the anguish of seeing his son, the second person of the Trinity, consigned to the bitterly cruel and shameful death of the cross. Continue reading
The basic idea of my argument could be put (a bit crudely) as follows. First, the probability of our cognitive faculties being reliable, given naturalism and evolution, is low. Continue reading
It is extremely difficult to be a normal human being and not think that some actions are wrong and some are right.
— Alvin Plantinga, quoted in Without a Doubt by Kenneth Richard Samples, kindle location 2645