Commentary on Romans 1:18-32

Notes (NET Translation) 18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of people who suppress the truth by their unrighteousness, The word “for” (gar) links verse 18 to the preceding verses. Paul “has been talking about the righteousness of God as it is seen and expressed through the…

A Defense of Classical Theism

Martin over at the Rocket Philosophy blog has a most interesting series defending classical theism: “This is the view that there is an all-knowing, all-powerful God who is the creator and sustainer of everything that exists, and that human beings have immortal souls. No particular religion is argued for, although Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all…

The Five Ways of Thomas Aquinas

Last updated:  January 28, 2010 I recently had the pleasure of reading Aquinas:  A Beginner’s Guide by philosopher Edward Feser.  Of particular relevance to this blog is the chapter on natural theology.  In order to help myself understand Aquinas’ arguments better, I wrote this summary.  I summarize his five arguments and, at the end, go…