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Philosophy in Service of Faith

Ideally, everyone would be logical and truthful all the time and there would be no controversies or debates. However, in the real world, illogical thinking and deception abounds. That is why we need good philosophy... so we can detect and answer bad philosophy. C.S. Lewis once wrote, "good philosophy must exist, if for no other reason, because bad philosophy needs to be answered."

A Filter of Truth in an Information Overloaded World

Our society is overloaded with information. Today, many things are competing for our time and attention. Much of it is untrue, but we have so little time to perform the thorough and careful analysis necessary to filter the good from the bad and to identify the correct side in a controversy. This website aims to provide that analysis.

Defending the Faith

This website also aims to use reason and logic to contend for the Christian faith (Jude 1:3), to look at philosophy from a faith perspective, and to carefully analyze different faith perspectives and biblical interpretations for logical consistency.

The Benefits of Philosophy

Philosophy helps us to clearly define our terms, construct arguments consisting of premises and a conclusion, and evaluate arguments for how valid, sound and convincing they are. Philosophers can evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of different worldviews and identify logical inconsistencies and logical fallacies.

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