Virtue and Knowledge

October 18, 2023By ARCGeneral Apologetics

by W. Jay Wood – This article is about virtue epistemology. In a nutshell, virtue epistemologists claim that acquiring deeply anchored habits of excellent cognitive functioning greatly assists us to win life’s most interesting and important knowledge.  As I will argue, excellent cognitive functioning at its highest levels requires the cooperation of our wills; appropriate … Read More

Two More Arguments that Point to God’s Existence

August 31, 2023By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

by Steven B. Cowan – Many arguments for God’s existence appeal to objective features of the physical uni­verse as their starting points.  For example, the cosmological argument (the “where­ did-it-all-come-from” argument) begins with the existence of the universe and seeks an explanation for why something exists rather than nothing.   The argument concludes that the existence … Read More

The Role of Scripture in Knowledge

The Role of Scripture in Knowledge

April 26, 2022By ARCGeneral Apologetics

by Clete Hux and Steven B. Cowan – I believe that God exists,” the philosophy professor announced, “but everybody has his own opinion about what God is like. And who’s to say who’s right? We have to be agnostic about the nature of God. We can’t know anything about him for sure.” For many of … Read More