Being a Humanist

Kurt Vonnegut gave his definition of what it means to be a humanist. Well, he gave a statement about it. He didn’t give a complete definition.

What do you suppose that he’s referencing when he says, “without the expectation of rewards or punishments after you are dead?” Several things. What he implies is that there are no consequences for what we do in this life, nothing that lasts after we die. Most humanists say that they don’t believe in an afterlife although they all know better. So, Vonnegut seems to be implying that he has no incentive for being decent other than his own inherent goodness.

That implies two other points. One, he implies that he knows the correct definition of what it is to “behave decently.” The other is that he thinks he’s able to fulfill what it is to “behave decently” without God’s goodness. His first assertion commits the moralistic fallacy. The human mind has no way to determine good, evil, right, wrong, decent, indecent, or any such thing without divine revelation. Any such self-generated assertion is a bare claim. Only God can determine what is right and what is wrong. Only God can reveal this reality to humans.

As to fulfilling what it is to “behave decently,” even after God has revealed His Laws to us, that is, His Love to us, we can’t possibly fulfill that Love without the God Who is Love.

Vonnegut also implies something about origins. Humanism requires a naturalistic (no God) origin of the universe. So Vonnegut’s statement isn’t made in a vacuum. He makes his statement under a cloud of no God in any aspect of life. This is a huge unsupported assertion, but it’s unspoken. It’s part of the word humanist.

What about those who follow Christ? If we expect that God will provide rewards and punishments, that means that we believe that God is just. It also means that actions have consequences. It doesn’t mean that we do good works to appease God or to work for our salvation. Salvation is a gift. God’s communication to every person is a gift. God’s faith is a gift. God’s grace is a gift. And righteousness is a gift from God.

 

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Hemingway and Atheism

 

The meme may seem a bit bold but read on. The meme is actually true.

When Ernest Hemingway said, “All thinking men are atheists,” That isn’t a rational statement. I’ll explain that in a minute.

The meme says, “Atheists can’t think rationally.” That’s true because of this: “They have no path to true premises. Rational thought requires true premises.”

“Atheists have no path to true premises.” This goes to the Münchausen trilemma which explains that every conclusion requires further proof. Of course, the Münchausen trilemma doesn’t take into account divine revelation. All truth comes from God, and only He can reveal truth. We, who follow Christ, receive true premises from Christ directly as He speaks to us through Scripture and every means mentioned in Scripture. When we go to sources other than Christ, we are in the same trilemma as the atheists.

“Rational thought requires true premises.” This just means that we can’t make up stuff and then prove our points using our made-up stuff.

Was Earnest Hemingway an atheist? No one knows. He did make this one remark, actually from a character in one of his novels, that atheists use to convince people that he was an atheist. Certainly, he was a man with intense reasoning problems. It seems that he considered himself to be a rational man. However, this statement, “All thinking men are atheists,” isn’t rational for several reasons.

First, everyone thinks, so his claim is false. Rational thought is another matter. Not everyone thinks rationally. Perhaps Hemingway meant “rational” rather than “thinking.” Perhaps he meant to claim that all rational people are atheists. Perhaps he didn’t express himself clearly. If that’s what he meant, it would still be an amazing claim.

The claim that all rational people are atheists is a universal positive. It claims to know something about every member of a class that Hemingway called “men.” Given the language of his day, this claim may well have extended to women since the word “man” or “men” was used for humankind. So, he claims to know something that applies to all people. His claim is vague. It doesn’t explain what he means.

Let’s assume that he’s not claiming to know about every thought of every person who has ever lived. If he claimed that, it would be a bridge too far.

He might be saying that there is something about not being an atheist that automatically prevents people from thinking rationally. Perhaps he’s claiming to absolutely know that God doesn’t exist. That would be a universal negative, and most atheists have realized how silly that claim is. If an atheist thinks he or she knows such a thing, that atheist is claiming to know everything about everything. Most atheists don’t want to try to defend that claim anymore.

Those of us who know God through Jesus Christ have ongoing experiences with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. God leads us, teaches us, and corrects us moment by moment. Hopefully, we listen and yield in submission to our God. That’s what we’re learning to do. As we yield, the Holy Spirit changes us by degrees from glory to glory into the image of Christ. What God says is truth. Therefore, we can have true premises as long as we don’t add to His words or diminish any of His words.

He speaks through Scripture and every means mentioned in Scripture. The first chapter of Romans tells us that He speaks through His creation and reveals Himself to every person this way. The twelfth chapter of First Corinthians tells us that He speaks through us when we speak by the Holy Spirit. Think about that. Of course, we must yield to Him if we are to speak as oracles of God. We don’t always do that. Sometimes, we yield to the flesh instead.

What about those who don’t follow Christ?

Those who don’t follow Christ have no path to true premises. They can observe and think pragmatically. They can’t reason to rational conclusions that go beyond what they observe. So, they can observe and test to find out what works. God helps them even though they refuse to thank Him for it. Any truth comes from God and God imparts truth to them. They just fail to glorify God for it.

In this way, they can do practical science. They can make cellphones. They can build skyscrapers. They can survive.

They just can’t reason rationally about things like truth, the origin of the world, morality, or any other such thing. God does reveal His morality to them, so they know that they fall short of His glory. God reveals how He formed the earth in the beginning and set the stars in place by His power, but they reject His revelation. Because they fail to acknowledge and glorify God, they can’t see any difference between the revelation that comes from God and the vapors that their own minds make up. They can’t tell the difference between reality and make-believe.

When confronted with these problems, it’s common for ungodly thinkers to assert that their own minds are able to make up stuff that is automatically true because it seems to make sense to them. We won’t get into the reasons that their made-up stuff seems real to them here, but you can get the book, Reason, First Leg of the Journey at https://realreality.org/downloads/download-reason-first-leg-of-the-journey/. You can get that book FREE. That book explains how they become so deceived.

So, they think that whatever they make up is true. By the power of this made-up stuff, they claim to know that God doesn’t reveal anything to us who follow Christ. They have several variations on this theme. Sometimes they claim to know that God doesn’t exist. These are the ones who didn’t get the note about universal negatives. Sometimes, they claim that God can’t reveal anything to anyone, which is another universal negative. Sometimes, they claim that God can’t reveal truth in a clear way that would allow us to understand, which is another universal negative. They may come from the side of the weakness of the human mind (the human mind is indeed totally helpless when trying to find truth) and then conclude that God can’t overcome that. However, God is well able to overcome our problem and impart truth to us. He won’t do it against our wills. When we resist Him, He backs off, but He’s always there. He’s all-knowing, almighty, and can’t lie. What would stop Him?

 

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What About Other Gods?

“We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.”  ~ Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion

This statement misses the point. The point is that we know that God exists because we know Him. We know that Jesus Christ is God because we know Him. We know that the Bible is true because God reveals this fact to us.

Atheists have sometimes said that Christian faith is belief without evidence. Some Christians have said that faith is simply making ourselves believe—which would be make-believe. Others have said that faith is believing because of evidence. That is, we observe some things in the physical world, and then we interpret those things in a way that proves that God exists.

None of these are the faith as God defines it in the Bible and as Christ-followers experience it moment by moment.

Faith doesn’t come by observation of the physical realm. Faith doesn’t come by making ourselves believe.

“There were those who taught that you work your faith up within yourself by doing certain things and saying certain things—certain phraseologies like, ‘Lord, I believe, I believe, I believe.’ You don’t’ work it up that way because you don’t have it within yourself to begin with. It is something that is an impartation by God Almighty into the heart of man.” ~ Dr. Charles S. Price

How does faith come?

“Consequently, faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word (rhema, which means utterance) of Christ.” ~ Romans 10:17

God speaks through Scripture and every means of speaking that He mentions in Scripture.

What is faith?

“Faith is the substance (reality as opposed to concept) of things hoped (what God has said will be) for and the evidence (absolutely certain proof) of things not seen.” ~ Hebrews 11:1

Faith isn’t based on evidence. Faith is the evidence. Jesus Christ is the Author and Finisher of this faith. This is the faith that is of God. It’s not human make-believe faith. It’s solid and real.

Therefore, Richard Dawkins is wrong. He’s wrong because he’s basing His reason on made-up stuff. Atheists must always base all reasoning on made-up stuff.

So, once again, it comes down to divine revelation versus made-up stuff.

 

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They Have No Excuse. They Know.

What makes an ungodly thinker believe that he or she doesn’t know that God exists? What makes them think that they haven’t suppressed the truth about God in their unrighteousness? God says that they did suppress the truth about God in their unrighteousness. God says that He revealed what can be known about God to them. God says that He turned them over to a depraved mind. God says that the human mind is deceitful and desperately wicked beyond the ability of anyone to know this mind.

When pressed on details about how matter formed from nothing (or from some unknown something), it’s common for them to claim ignorance. And yet, they’re dogmatic. When pressed on details about how the original living organism supposedly popped into existence, they often claim ignorance. And yet, they’re dogmatic.

We know that the Bible is true and that the God of the Bible is real because we know Him. We know Jesus Christ. We praise God for His abiding presence in our lives. We thank Him for His leading. We thank Him for correcting us when we’re wrong. He’s continually leading us forward.



 

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Epicurus’s Old Irrational Questions

There are no rational arguments against the Bible or the God of the Bible, nor can there be. Rational thought requires a true premise. The human mind has no method to self-generate a true premise. That’s why ungodly thinkers can only react to their surroundings. They’re limited to their sense data and can’t reason to any rational conclusion beyond what they can sense and test. They’re limited to pragmatic living. Real science is pragmatic, so ungodly thinkers can do science as long as they stick to what they can observe and test. The problem comes in when they try to reason about God, right, wrong, truth, history, or anything beyond what they can observe and test.

They can see that George Washington and Jesus Christ lived. They know that they lived based on the testimonies of eye-witnesses. However, they can’t even know that in an absolute sense. Hume realized this human problem and drifted into naturalism, thinking that would help him. However, naturalism is a philosophy that’s based on made-up stuff. As we can see from the quote above, Hume didn’t restrict himself to what can be observed and tested. That’s why he became irrational in his thinking.

On the other hand, everyone who seeks Christ finds Christ. Anyone can test this. No one has to take the word of another person on this issue. We all have equal access. Christ leads, teaches, and corrects everyone who follows Him. When He speaks, He speaks by the power of the logos/rhema of God, which is the same creative force that created the universe. He speaks through Scripture and every means mentioned in Scripture. When He speaks, faith comes. Faith is substance, that is, reality as opposed to concept. Faith is also evidence, that is, absolute proof of whatever God says. What God says is truth. That’s why we can only reason rationally as we listen to the voice of God


 



 

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God has an Order for Everything

God has an order for everything. When we distort His orders, life gets hard.

God has an order for marriage and the family. He lays His orders out in Scripture, but they are often misunderstood. He has an order for the church, but how many churches follow that order? He has an order for thinking. God speaks to us about these orders through Scripture. We ignore Him at our own peril.

Let’s look at a little bit about His order for thinking. All arguments about doctrine result from twisting His order for thinking. All speculations that are called “science” come out of distortions of God’s orders for thinking. Every form of evil comes from failure to follow God’s order for thinking. God lays out this order clearly as He speaks to us through Scripture.

Trust in the LORD with all your heart; and lean not to your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths. ~ Proverbs 3:5-6 Authorized King James Version

As it has been said: “Today, if you hear His voice, do not harden your hearts, as you did in the rebellion.” ~ Hebrews 3:15 Berean Study Bible

“Every word [utterance] of God is flawless; he is a shield to those who take refuge in him. Do not add to his words, or he will rebuke you and prove you a liar. ~ Proverbs 30:5-6 New International Version

My sheep listen to My voice; I know them, and they follow Me. ~ John 10:27 Berean Study Bible

But you have not learned Christ this way, if indeed you have heard Him and have been taught in Him just as the truth is in Jesus. ~ Ephesians 4:20-21 Berean Literal Bible

Jesus answered. “For this reason I was born and have come into the world, to testify to the truth. Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to My voice.” ~ John 18:37b Berean Study Bible

O LORD, I know that the way of man is not in himself: it is not in man who walks to direct his steps. ~ Jeremiah 10:23 King James 2000

The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD: and he delights in his way. ~ Psalm 37:23 JK2

And your ears shall hear a word behind you, saying, “This is the way, walk in it,” when you turn to the right or when you turn to the left. ~ Isaiah 30:21 English Standard Version

So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word [Greek: rhema, meaning utterance] of God. ~ Romans 10:17 King James 2000

But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things and will bring to your remembrance all things that I have said to you. ~ John 14:26 Berean Literal Bible

When the Helper comes, whom I will send to you from the Father, the Spirit of truth who goes forth from the Father, He will bear witness concerning Me. ~ John 15:26 Berean Literal Bible

However, when the Spirit of truth comes, He will guide you into all truth. For He will not speak on His own, but He will speak what He hears, and He will declare to you what is to come. ~ John 16:13 Berean Study Bible

For those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to the Spirit set their minds on the things of the Spirit. ~ Romans 8:5 English Standard Version

Every word of God is tested [literally: to refine]; He is a shield to those who take refuge in Him. Do not add to His words [literally: utterances] Or He will reprove you, and you will be proved a liar. ~ Proverbs 30:5-6 New American Standard Bible

These are just a few of the many verses on this subject. May God bless you as you continue to seek the mind of the living Christ. He’s alive. He desires fellowship with every person. Some reject Him, but we can know Him. If we listen to Him, blessings follow. If we ignore Him or disrespect Him, we bring many troubles on ourselves.


 


 

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Are People Looking for Logically Certain Answers Anymore?

When did people stop looking for truth? When did they start settling for inferences based on observations that they interpreted using preconceived ideas? I don’t know when this started, but I do know that truth is real and available. Without Christ, truth isn’t an option. Those who know Christ know truth. To the extent we follow Christ, we follow truth.

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Fake Knowledge

Fake, make-believe reason takes many forms. All these forms have a common trait. That trait is that the reason is based on make-believe. The reason is based on made-up stuff. The reason uses mind tricks to make made-up stuff seem real.

Atheist: One of the courses I took in college was logic. It’s this simple; either the premises equal the conclusion or not.

Christian: College logic classes generally fail because they teach logic in the way you mentioned. They fail to say that sound logic also requires a true premise. They tend to teach that it’s OK to base logic on made-up stuff. The reason they go that route is that all ungodly logic is always based on made-up stuff. The human mind has no way to reason to a true premise.

True logic starts with true premises. Without Christ, the human mind has no path to a true premise. Without faith, the human mind has no path to a true premise. Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the rhema/utterance of God. Jesus Christ is the Author and Finisher of our faith.

He speaks. He leads. He teaches. He corrects. He shows us that the Bible is His word without error. He shows us that the history in the Bible is accurate. All who say that the Bible has errors or is inaccurate are basing their claim on made-up stuff. Christ speaks to us through Scripture and every means mentioned in Scripture.

Let’s look at two excerpts from Real Faith & Reason Library. The first one is from Reason, Continuing the Journey. This book refutes the ways ungodly thinkers defend the practice of basing reason on made-up stuff. It also refutes the ways ungodly thinkers reject the practice of basing reason on truth that comes from Christ. This excerpt refutes the ungodly argument that confuses pseudo-truth with truth.

The second excerpt is from the Encyclopedia of Logical Fallacies. This excerpt explains the same fallacy and supplies some additional information.

I Can Make a True Statement Argument

If I can make a true statement without knowing Christ, that proves that human beings can conjure up knowledge without the benefit of either divine revelation or observation. Here’s a true statement: boys will be boys. Here’s another: God either exists or He doesn’t. You would agree that both of those are true. Therefore, I have proved that human beings can conjure up knowledge without the benefit of either divine revelation or observation.

I can state a tautology, a piece of logic that’s true by its form. That means that my mind is capable of manufacturing truth.

This argument proves no such thing. A tautology doesn’t say anything. An example would be “A=A” or “I am myself.” Whoever brought this argument defending the human mind’s supposed ability to manufacture truth is confusing pseudo-truth with truth. God reveals truth to every person. All the laws of logic that are true laws of logic come from God. However, not everyone receives every law of logic that God reveals.

Some people disagree, for instance, on the law of non-contradiction. Others don’t agree with the law of cause and effect. Both come from God.

The two statements that this ungodly thinker made are true because of the laws of logic. “Boys will be boys.” “A house is a house.” “A car is a car.” “God either exists or He doesn’t.” “A statement is either true or not true.” These are all true statements by formula. What would life be like if statements like these were all that the human mind could conjure up? They are statements that don’t say anything but that are true because of the laws of logic. The ungodly thinker has no way to definitively know that the laws of logic are true laws of logic.

The fact that two people can agree on a certain thing (such as the laws of logic) doesn’t make that thing true. The fact that an ungodly thinker can parrot something that follows truth doesn’t mean that that the ungodly thinker is thinking rationally. An atheist actor can pretend to follow Christ for a big paycheck, but that doesn’t help the atheist actor. At this point, it may seem difficult to follow the ungodly argument. Ungodliness causes confusion. Here’s an example from another discussion group:

The three laws of logic are The Law of Identity, The Law of the Excluded Middle, and The Law of Non-Contradiction. The Law of Identity states that anything is itself. In other words, A = A. Tautologies follow the first law, and assert that something is either A, or not-A. The final law follows the second, and posits that nothing can be both A and not-A simultaneously. These laws are self-evident because they exist to prove themselves.

Notice the final statement in this argument. The final statement is a circular reasoning fallacy. We don’t know the person who developed this argument, but we could ask such a person whether God proves Himself. People who degenerate to so-called “self-evident” arguments about inanimate entities that supposedly “prove themselves” also have rejected the Almighty Creator Who reveals Himself to them. By the way, Good reveals that these three laws are true. The laws don’t have power within themselves to reveal that the laws are true.

 

Confusing Pseudo-Truth with Truth Fallacy

(a.k.a. Confusing Mathematical Truth with Truth, Confusing Logical Truths with Truth, Confusing what is True by Definition with Truth, Confusing Personal Truth with Truth, Confusing Analytical Truth with Truth, or Confusing Tautologies with Truth)

Thinking that something that’s called truth is actual truth just because it’s called truth

Types of Pseudo Truth

  • Semantic Truth
  • Mathematical
  • Logical Truths
  • what is True
  • Personal Truth
  • Tautologies
  • Analytic Truth

Examples:

The human mind is able to manufacture truth without the benefit of either divine revelation or observation. Let me show you how I, as an atheist, can do this. I’ll just make the following true statement: God either exists or He doesn’t. That statement is true. I just manufactured truth without divine revelation or observation.

The statement doesn’t say anything. What can we do with it? What a life this person would lead. He would say, “My car either exists or doesn’t exist.” “I either live at my address or I don’t.” “I either am a computer programmer or I’m not.”

However, he doesn’t limit himself. He uses the irrational claim above to justify making up stuff and calling the made-up stuff true. From that made-up stuff, he concludes that God doesn’t reveal Himself to anyone, that socialism is the way society should be run, that all Christians should be rounded up and exterminated, and that the stories of evolutionism are true. He also concludes that his claim, the one we just quoted, is rational. And, based on the made-up stuff by which he concludes that his claim is rational, he also concludes that he can make up stuff and the made-up stuff is true.

Of course I can reason rationally without a premise that I’ve proved true. My mind is able to determine the truth without divine revelation or observation. Watch me make a true statement without either of those. My wife is my wife. That’s true, isn’t it? Here’s another one. I am who I am. I can create mathematical truth tables. That’s all about truth. Also, if I define science to mean the scientific method, whatever we learn using the scientific method, and the current opinion of the scientific establishment. Given this definition of science, the stories of evolutionism are science. Here’s another one. All bachelors are unmarried.

Of those statements that are called “true,” not one is the truth. Some are rhetoric that doesn’t prove anything. What is true by definition doesn’t prove anything since definitions don’t prove anything. Definitions just make sure that we know what someone means when that person uses a certain word.

My personal truth is that I live life free from the restrictions of any God since my personal truth eliminates God.

In my personal truth, there is no such thing as right and wrong. Those are just constructs of society.

In my reality, I’m a unicorn living on the planet Elmo just past the North Star.

From these examples, we can see that placing the label “truth” on something doesn’t make it truth. Truth, by our definition, is precise and absolutely certain reality.

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Confusing Fake Truth with Truth

My Journey

It’s been a wonderful journey so far. And yet, it seems that I’ve only started. I’ve been exploring the mysteries of truth. Mysteries are those areas of truth that God has not yet revealed. I’ve just released a six-book library called Real Faith & Reason Library. The library is free in eBook format. It may be available in print soon. Some parts of this library will probably be available in audio by this summer.

In the process of my journey, I’ve discovered some obvious facts. I’ll list a few here before getting into one of the fallacies that I found.

  • It’s insane to make up something and say that this made-up stuff proves something else.
  • It’s common for people to make up something and say that this made-up stuff proves something else.
  • The human mind has no capacity for self-generating truth.
  • Many ungodly thinkers insist that the human mind has a capacity for self-generating truth.
  • The power of deception is in blurring the line between reality and make-believe.
  • Without real faith, sound reasoning is impossible.
  • God is real and Jesus Christ is real. These aren’t concepts.
  • Ungodly thinkers deceive themselves with trickery to think that God and Jesus Christ are concepts.
  • Christ leads, teaches, and corrects everyone who follows Him.
  • The Holy Spirit speaks to us through Scripture and every means mentioned in Scripture.
  • God never contradicts Himself, so no revelation from Scripture or any other revelation will ever conflict with Scripture.
  • Everyone who seeks Christ finds Christ.
  • Many ungodly thinkers don’t want Christ, so they refuse to seek Him. They work hard to suppress the truth of God in their deceptive trickery.

Confusing Pseudo Truth with Truth Fallacy

(a.k.a. Confusing Mathematical Truth with Truth, Confusing Logical Truths with Truth, Confusing what is True by Definition with Truth, Confusing Personal Truth with Truth, Confusing Analytical Truth with Truth, or Confusing Tautologies with Truth)

Thinking that something that’s called truth is actual truth just because it’s called truth

Types of Pseudo Truth

  • Semantic Truth
  • Mathematical
  • Logical Truths
  • what is True
  • Personal Truth
  • Tautologies
  • Analytic Truth

Examples:

The human mind is able to manufacture truth without the benefit of either divine revelation or observation. Let me show you how I, as an atheist, can do this. I’ll just make the following true statement: My car either exists or it doesn’t. That statement is true. I just manufactured truth without divine revelation or observation.

That’s what’s known as an analytical statement. Some would call it a tautology. The statement doesn’t say anything. What can we do with it? What a life this person would lead. He would say, “I either exists or I don’t.” “I either live at my address or I don’t.” “I either am a computer programmer or I’m not.” An ungodly thinker can’t answer the question, “How do you know?” That question is embarrassing to an ungodly thinker.

However, he doesn’t limit himself. He uses the irrational claim above to justify making up stuff and calling the made-up stuff true. From that made-up stuff, he concludes that God doesn’t reveal Himself to anyone, that socialism is the way society should be run, that all Christians should be rounded up and exterminated, and that the stories of evolutionism are true. He also concludes that his claim, the one we just quoted, is rational. And, based on the made-up stuff by which he concludes that his claim is rational, he also concludes that he can make up stuff and the made-up stuff is true.

Of course I can reason rationally without a premise that I’ve proved true. My mind is able to determine the truth without divine revelation or observation. Watch me make a true statement without either of those. My wife is my wife. That’s true, isn’t it? Here’s another one. I am who I am. I can create mathematical truth tables. That’s all about truth. Also, if I define science to mean the scientific method, whatever we learn using the scientific method, and the current opinion of the scientific establishment. Given this definition of science, the stories of evolutionism are science. Here’s another one. All bachelors are unmarried.

Of those statements that are called “true,” not one is the truth. Some are rhetoric that doesn’t prove anything. What is true by definition doesn’t prove anything since definitions don’t prove anything. Definitions just make sure that we know what someone means when that person uses a certain word.

My personal truth is that I live life free from the restrictions of any God since my personal truth eliminates God.

In my personal truth, there is no such thing as right and wrong. Those are just constructs of society.

In my reality, I’m a unicorn living on the planet Elmo just past the North Star.

What started as a book ended up being six books plus a Scripture reference.

  • Reason, First Leg of the Journey, which was renamed Real Faith & Reason Journey Volume One
  • Reason, Second Leg of the Journey, which was renamed Real Faith & Reason Journey Volume Two
  • Reason, Continuing the Journey, which was renamed Real Faith & Reason Journey Volume Three
  • Exposing the Nye-Ham Debate
  • Encyclopedia of Logical Fallacies (a reference set-perhaps the most comprehensive listing of fallacies in existence
  • Quick Guide to Syllogisms

Real Faith & Reason Library is ready now.

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Real Reason

 

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