Join us as we begin a special series of different worldviews. We will explore how we as human beings are shaped and moulded within our worldview. Environment, upbringing and many existential influences have shaped the way we think, act and reason within our objectivity that affecting our moral, ethical and epistemological views. SUBSCRIBE AND WATCH OUR NEW WORLDVIEW SERIES.
We’ve been suggesting that the obvious truth of morality might provide evidence for God’s existence, as well as reason to think that this obvious truth depends ultimately… Read more “Platonism and Existentialism”
Both philosophy and religion are widely used concepts, yet defining them accurately can be challenging due to the wide range of meanings that each has acquired over… Read more “PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION”
Finding meaning in our journey through life, calls for our need to establish a foundation that provides meaning and a framework that equal and fair to all.
We cannot claim truth when we cannot support it by a set of criterion. The last avenue of truth is from humanity themselves. We must seek a source far greater if we believe in a creator. Maybe the truth is in the Creator himself.
The Bible says the Law came by Moses, but grace came by Jesus. No one is ready for grace until the Law has first convicted them. That is God’s order, that is the Biblical way, and that is how to evangelize. We cannot improve on it. Whether we speak to a Jew, Muslim, Buddhist, atheist, or nominal Christian, God’s Law must precede God’s Grace.
The Four Noble Truths are the essence of the Buddhadharma, and a converging point upon which nearly all schools of Buddhism are generally united. Comprised essentially of four words, the Four Noble Truths spell out a comprehensive assessment of the human condition and a schema for deliverance from its maladaptive incarnations.
To allow any submission to that existence gives us the inferiority complex of being dominated. This rebellious condition of accepting such an idea has to lead to a myriad of arguments to disprove the existence of divine transcendent authority.