The follow-up to my video “Why I am not a Christian.” It’s not an either-or dilemma, as many assume.
Inspired by Bertrand Russell’s essay of the same name, I discuss what I consider to be the strongest argument against Christianity.
A total reliance on the physical sciences, to the exclusion of philosophy, is a shortsighted way of attempting to model reality. Science, like philosophy, deals with abstractions – only it’s not often realised.
Video response by Nick Dutch:
Do you feel overwhelmed by the differing claims of the various beliefs systems of the world? Does it seem impossible to find any genuine truth? I share my own experience of overcoming this.
Some deep thinking on how the universe came to be in the first place, and where it’s going.