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This is one of a series of posts based on a class I teach for level 3 NCEA Religious Studies. In the last few posts we saw that most of the ..read more
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In our last post we saw how Medieval Christian’s adopted the same position on abortion we saw developed in Alexandrian Judaism and by ..read more
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I teach NCEA Religious Studies, at level three, one standard is to “Analyse the response of a religious tradition to a contemporary ..read more
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I NCEA Religious Studies, at level three, one standard is to Analyse the response of a religious tradition to a contemporary ethical issue ..read more
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The book The Naturalness of Belief: New Essays on Theism’s Rationality recently arrived from the publishers and is available on Amazon. ..read more
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Some readers of MandM will know that for the last three years I have taught Theology and Philosophy at a Catholic high-school. I teach five ..read more
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Most versions of Divine command meta-ethics  (DCM) contend that the property of being morally required is informatively identical with the ..read more
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In Best Argument Against God (BAAG) Graham Oppy sketches a sophisticated argument for atheism. His conclusion is the result of applying a ..read more
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A common objection to divine command theories of ethics (DCT) is that they make morality arbitrary. There are several ways this objection ..read more
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Those who follow me on Facebook will know that two years ago I began teaching Philosophy and Theology full time at St Peters College one of ..read more

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