Wednesday, September 26, 2018

on Metacrock's blog

This is an overview; it doesn’t have that much to do directly with Tillich or theology. The Husserl ideas I’m going to discuss really have very little to do with Tillich. It is important to understand phenomenology its attitudes and its methods, to clear up some of the basic misconceptions about phenomenology as a whole before beginning the discussion Tillich and his concept of God, because pheneomonlogical attitude is very important to Tillich, as is Heideggerian phenomenology and its relation to ontology.

Monday, September 10, 2018

This is an amazing exchange that came from out of the blue when someone who seems to know what he's talking about came into the discussion to set us both straight. I think what resulted  is the truth  that when Krauss says "nothing" he is being misleading because nothing does not mean the actual absence of anything the general public takes it to mean  which has a;ways been my  position. But we see out of the discussion the atheist doesn't even head that. He goes on conceited to misleading people. Not to say all atheists do this  but this one does do it.

 "Cosmological Argument: from contingency," Comment section: