Pascal’s Wager is a lie

Pascal’s Wager is a lie. Here’s the issue: the wager is essentially a gambling matrix, with two options in reality and two options that you can believe in. The two possible realities are Christianity or Atheism (if you’re a Muslim, the options are Islam and Atheism ― continue to substitute your own God in as… Continue reading Pascal’s Wager is a lie

Ontological Arguments

Ontological Arguments for the existence of God are an odd grouping. Not much holds them together except for their most common rebuttal: that they attempt to define a God into existence. This is not my favourite rebuttal to the arguments, although it is true: ontological arguments for God try to sneak the idea of existing… Continue reading Ontological Arguments

My Dad is Psychic

My dad’s house is for sale (if you want to live in the West Country, England, it is for sale for £360,000. Viewing is encouraged). Not many people have viewed my dad’s house. But the other day my dad, on his drive into work, had a premonition that he would sell the house, given how… Continue reading My Dad is Psychic