Category Archives: Dialogues

A Dialogue Between an Atheist and a Christian

*Chris and David are disputing about religion over lunch in the cafeteria of their univerity. David specifically makes the comment against Chris that he has no problem with religion in general, but with what he called “personal religion.” Chris confronts … Continue reading

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An Interview with Søren Kierkegaard

Interviewer: Ah, Kierkegaard! I thank you for taking the time to sit and chat with me for a little while about the content of your thought. There are just a few areas that are a bit fuzzy for me, so … Continue reading

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A Dialogue on Evil

*Friedrich and his friend Winfried are two philosophy students with differing outlooks on religion. Particularly, Friedrich is a Christian and Winfried is not. While Friedrich is watching the news about a recent local tragedy in his community, Winfried, while writing … Continue reading

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A Dialogue on the Cosmological Argument

*William and Elizabeth are laying down next to each other on a hill. In silence, they are looking at the stars in the night sky, until William speaks up* William: I have to be honest with you, the universe scares … Continue reading

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A Dialogue on the Negative Way

*George and Anthony are both walking home from school. Neither have said much; they have both hands latched to their backpack straps and are looking down as they walk. Suddenly, George faces up with a wondering look* George: How can we … Continue reading

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A Dialogue on Marriage

*In the setting of John’s living room, watching the news and discussing topics therein* John: It was a long and messy process for Florida, but I’m finally glad we got there. Germain: What do you mean? John: Well aren’t you … Continue reading

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