Category Archives: Thomas Aquinas (Thomism)

Theism and Morality: Some Replies and Questions about the Moral Argument

Let’s make an argument based on several observations. Let’s say that these observations are rational and broad. For example, we can tell the difference between a good and a “lesser good.” Maybe there are some instances when two goods are … Continue reading

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Four Metaphysical Principles Regarding Our Knowledge of God

I have been very much in the business of writing about whether or not God exists. In the words of Lt. Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt) from¬†Inglorious¬†Basterds, “And cousin, business is a-boomin.” While the question of God’s existence is an important … Continue reading

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