Recent Submissions

  • Did Hawkins Reveal a Blind Watchmaker? 

    Hoffman, Michael (2000-04)
    Over the last two thousand years, Christians, as well as other theists, have attempted to prove the existence of God. The motivations and expectations of these proofs have varied. In the Enlightenment, people believed that ...
  • Christianity and Liberalism: A Call for Change from Stanley Hauerwas 

    Clendenin, Nathan C (2000-04)
    The fundamental call of Christianity is a call to surrender control of one's life to the lordship of Jesus Christ. In surrendering, one acknowledges life as a gift from God. Since the Enlightenment, Christianity as a whole ...
  • Nietzsche's Philosophy of Affirmation: A Paradox Avoided 

    Spiller, John David (2000-04)
    Yirmiyahu Yovel claims that "the need is growingly felt to consider Nietzsche not as a critic or a 'negative' reformer merely, but [also] to take his role as an affirmative thinker more seriously. [For] Nietzsche insists ...
  • Truth and Metaphor 

    Berryman, Natascha (2000-04)
    Mark Johnson and George Lakoff in Metaphors We Live By and Johnson in The Body in the Mind, argue for a complete paradigm shift in the way we view human understanding, meaning, and truth. Johnson and Lakoff reject the ...