XFiles Friday: The Philosophical Dating Game

Having casually dismissed all educated scholarship on the grounds of an anecdote about one university professor being a post-modernist, and having strangely and utterly ignored the scientific approach to making sense of the world around us, and having made a truly Olympic-caliber leap to the conclusion that religion is the only possible source we can turn to for a “box top” overview of the jigsaw puzzle of life, Geisler and Turek turn to the question of which religion has the “best” picture of how the puzzle pieces fit together.

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What is truth?

In preparation for todays XFiles Friday, I’d like to take up a couple of philosophical questions that have practical, and important, answers.

1. What is truth?

2. How can we distinguish between real-world truth and that which is not truth?

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