Condemnation Philosophy: Questions for the Outline of Method

Albert Camus said the first pressing question of philosophy is the question of suicide: should we kill ourselves? We want to be firstly concerned here with the conditions of the possibility of the question of suicide. To carry out this task we must investigate (ontic) happiness and unhappiness, and then follow them to (ontological) fulfillment … More Condemnation Philosophy: Questions for the Outline of Method

Thursday Psalms: A Book of Late Nights and Bereavement

I have recently published a lyric book titled Thursday Psalms: A Book of Late Nights and Bereavement. The book contains an assortment of lyrics which were to be included in two different musical albums, the project Dying Christ and the album Epitome of Loneliness, and the project Mangled Marionettes and the album A Metropolitan Rain. … More Thursday Psalms: A Book of Late Nights and Bereavement

An Ontological Account of Contemporary Christian Sentiment: An Investigation of Praise and Worship Music

Preface What follows is a basic draft of a text that I was thinking about including in a book chapter; however, I’m not sure that I will use it now. The text itself is problematic and needs revisions. I’ve devoted my time to other writings and essays and things of this sort that I’m working … More An Ontological Account of Contemporary Christian Sentiment: An Investigation of Praise and Worship Music

Questions for Atheists (Matt Slick and CARM)

Christian apologist Matt Slick has put up several questions about atheism on CARM (carm.org), soliciting responses from atheists. These questions have circulated and been answered recently by several atheist YouTubers, and I would also like to address the questions. From the website: These questions are not meant to be show stoppers. They are only for … More Questions for Atheists (Matt Slick and CARM)