Can we argue from morality to God? Can we construct an explanatory path from the existence of human morality to the existence of a Creator God? As with much about God, this...
Humans have a sense of right and wrong. Does this mean that morality is absolute? And if it’s absolute, would God be needed to make it so? These are separate questions...
Normally, if we have a belief system, such as a particular religion, some kind of morality follows. Can the direction of causation go in reverse? If we commit to a particular...
Humans have a sense of right and wrong. Does this mean that morality is absolute? And if absolute, would God be needed to make it so? Even theologians are perplexed by God...
Philosophers and brain scientists argue that our ‘will’ is less ‘free’ than we think. How do arguments about free will impact morality and civil society, including...
What do common people think about free will, and why should it matter what they think anyway? Do common people think they have free will? Can they be persuaded otherwise? How...
Our human sense is that our will is fully free. Our scientific sense is that every action is determined by a prior action. Free will versus determinism is a big question...
We ask the broadest and most fundamental questions about biology, seeking meaning, purpose and implications of biological phenomena and systems. Questions include: life,...
Our human sense is that our will is fully free. Our scientific sense is that every action is determined by a prior action. Free will versus determinism is a big question,...
Biology has big questions. What is life, language, race, gender, morality, wisdom, religion, extraterrestrial intelligence? A new field of inquiry seeks underlying structure...