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February 13, 2013

In the third book of his Ecclesiastical History (written around 325), Eusebius says that in the earliest days the Church “remained a pure and uncorrupted virgin, for those who attempted to corrupt the healthful rule of the Savior’s preaching, if they existed at all, lurked in obscure darkness.” It wasn’t long, though, before enemies—internal and external—made themselves known.

“When the sacred band of the apostles and the generation of those to whom it had been vouchsafed to...

February 12, 2013

Former Los Angeles Police Department officer Christopher Dorner is the most wanted man in America. After declaring war on his former department and allegedly shooting four people, Dorner posted a manifesto online that has some parts that seem newsworthy despite the fact most media...

February 11, 2013

In this post we will look at how one might respond to five self-referentially incoherent things people say about truth.

Self-referential incoherence is a logical fallacy in which some claim is made that, upon being applied to itself, refutes itself.

1. “There is no such thing as objective truth.” Really? Is that statement objectively true? If so, it is objectively true that there is no objective truth.

2. “Only that which can be proven...

February 2, 2013

According to the Conference Board research group, only 45 percent of Americans are satisfied with their work. Only 51 percent claim they are even interested in their work. Both of these numbers are the lowest polled in the 22 years they've been researching the topic.

I would need a different poll question. I am not just "satisfied" with my work, but I can...