Cambridge University Press has just published a 62-page book by my friend Thaddeus Metz: God, Soul and the Meaning of Life. It is part of the Cambridge Elements series which provides concise introductions to many academic topics in the arts and sciences. Continue reading God and the Meaning of Life – Thaddeus Metz
The head shaman of the religious community Altan Serge (Алтан Сэргэ) in Buryatia.
1) Is Life Meaningful Even If Religion Is True?
Yesterday’s post discussed some problems with grounding the meaning of life on religious beliefs. However, there is another argument which severs the connection between religious truth and the meaning of life Continue reading Religion and the Meaning of Life: The Problem (Part 2)
The head shaman of the religious community Altan Serge in Buryatia.
For the past few days, we have been discussing various views about how religion gives meaning to life. Now we offer a general critique of those views. Continue reading Religion and the Meaning of Life: The Problem (Part 1)
Tom Morris (1952 – ) is a former Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame and founder of the Morris Institute of Human Values. His 1992 book, Making Sense of It All: Pascal and the Meaning of Life, puts forth the case for a Christian answer to the question Continue reading Tom Morris: Blaise Pascal and the Meaning of Life
William Lane Craig (1949 – ) is an American Evangelical Christian apologist known primarily for his work in the philosophy of religion. He is a critic of evolution, atheism, metaphysical naturalism, logical positivism, postmodernism, moral relativism, Catholicism, Mormonism, Islam, homosexuality, and non-fundamentalist Christian theology. (What does he like?) Continue reading William Lane Craig: Can You Be an Atheist?