The Cost of Meaning

“Aim at something. Discipline yourself. Or suffer the consequence. What is that consequence? All the suffering of life without any of the meaning. Is there a better description of Hell?” -Jordan B. Peterson No, I don’t think there is. Which is yet another reason why I find the appeal to the “Problem of Evil” as„The Cost of Meaning“ weiterlesen

My Problems with the Alleged Problem of Evil (Continued )

I’ve heard it most of my life- from the teen years on, certainly, and maybe before that, the “Theodicy Problem” or in particular the so-called “Argument from Evil”.  Just to make sure every reader knows what I am writing about here, the customary formulation of the problem, from Epicurus to Hume to the New Atheists,„My Problems with the Alleged Problem of Evil (Continued )“ weiterlesen

Departures III: One of My Problems with the Alleged Problem of Evil

„If Jesus only heals me in Heaven, he still heals me. And what happens? I’m with the one who is love, right now, here. And if I die, I go to him face to face forever.“ If you don’t live in the German-Speaking world, you most likely have not heard of Philip Mickenbecker- seen above„Departures III: One of My Problems with the Alleged Problem of Evil“ weiterlesen