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Why Reason Demands Absolute Certitudes

The concept of certitude itself is not very popular today. Most skeptics, agnostics, and atheists view natural science as providing the surest available rational knowledge, and yet, because of this very fact, view all knowledge, at best, to be a matter of very high degrees of probability – never of absolute certitude. The inherent epistemological limitation of natural science is its inductive method, since observation of particular events can never produce universal certitudes – as famously argued by the Scottish skeptic, David Hume. Thus, those thinkers who claim to attain absolute certitude today tend to be viewed... Read More

The Science of Miracles

What happens when an atheist doctor and historian is given access to the Vatican’s Secret... Read More

Hell and God’s Goodness

Although this article will address the content of certain theological doctrines, it is... Read More

How God Still Causes Things to Be

Atheists often claim that it’s contradictory for believers to assert that God is at... Read More

Why Humans Are More Than Mere Animals

Ever since the time of Charles Darwin’s thunderous appearance on the human stage, evolutionary... Read More

Materialism’s Failures: Hylemorphism’s Vindication

Scientific materialists propose certain epistemological and ontological claims, allegedly... Read More

“All Men Are Born Free By Nature”: Theological Conceptions of Freedom

The development of the concept of freedom as an inalienable human right is undoubtedly... Read More

Abortion Ethics: Natural Law vs. Naturalism

This article will examine (1) natural law’s and (2) naturalism’s opposing views on... Read More

Why Natural Law Ethics is Rational

This article will lay out the rational foundations of natural law ethics as well as show... Read More

The Principle of Non-Contradiction’s Incredible Implications

Thomism’s metaphysical first principle of non-contradiction (PNC) reads, “Being cannot... Read More

Is Religion Just a Social Construct?

One of the arguments against religion is that it’s a social construction – that is,... Read More