In reply to many comments on Classical Theist's video: https://youtu.be/WFbMbIyo-s0 On why Orthodox commentators keep using Barlaam as an example of what is wrong with Roman Catholicism: Barlaam argued that mental knowledge of God was the highest possible knowledge, and that the philosophers had higher knowledge than the Prophets because of this. We, the Orthodox … Continue reading Reply to Classical Theist.
It is often said that Christians cannot fight back, nor should in order to be good Christians, but this, like most of the modern liberal narrative on things they hate is nonsense based on historical illiteracy. For example: 'For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which … Continue reading The right to go to war under Christian law.
In this essay I will be critically assessing Descartes' method of doubt and attempting to come to a conclusion on how successful it is as a method of acquiring knowledge. I will first lay out what his method of doubt is and the potential problems with it, what the conclusions are and why and why not I agree with them. I will then be attempting … Continue reading Descartes’ doubt.