Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Article: Three Paradoxes of Atheism by Neil Shenvi

I have found Neil Shenvi's work to be very helpful in the past and I read a another great article on his website entitled Three Paradoxes of Atheism.

In the article, Shenvi contends that "at the very heart of atheism are several extremely unexpected paradoxes, areas in which atheism is shown to be in tension with a commitment to realism and a life consistent with truth."

The paradoxes include truth-seeking, moral reflection and moral motivation.  

You can checkout the article here.

I also recommended Neil's article Do Objective Moral Values Exist?  

I have written on the moral argument in the past here and here.  You can also hear a talk I did on how to present the moral argument here.

Courage and Godspeed,

Chad


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