Archive for the ‘Apologetics’ Category
December 17th, 2012 by Admin
TweetThat’s right, everything you’ve loved about PositivelyHuman is now over at SturdyAnswers.com. We’ve redone this blog resource to better serve you. We have a new logo. Our writing team at SturdyAnswers all have graduate degrees (or equivalent) with an expertise in various fields of study. This is a new kind of [...]
November 26th, 2012 by Ben Dyer
Tweet Ben Dyer took ill with literature and philosophy at a tender age and still has regular flare ups when reading. He teaches philosophy and is currently finishing a Ph.D. in political philosophy in Ohio, where he lives with his wife Kari. This article is the first in a series to inform our readers on [...]
November 19th, 2012 by Sarah Jackson
TweetLate one night, a few weeks back, I whizzed down a California freeway with my A.C. blasting and a radio preacher’s voice blaring. My eyelids felt heavy, like they were weighted down with mud — the same thick mud I felt I had been trudging through all week. And then the preacher’s voice rumbled, loud [...]
September 17th, 2012 by L. James Everett, III.
TweetHave you noticed the way we talk and think about time? I recently heard a couple of atheist scholars, Richard Dawkins and Michael Shermer, argue why atheism is true. In that debate (there is a YouTube link to that debate below, but please don’t go to it just yet), Shermer refers to the “religious view” [...]
June 25th, 2012 by L. James Everett, III.
TweetRacism and stereotypes have been in the news recently because of a young man gunned down in Florida. I like to think that I’m not stereotypical and that I don’t stereotype. But just a little sarcasm will demonstrate how silly this is. Stereotypes are everywhere. And they are so yucky. Stereotypical people suck. One reason [...]