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Telling and Selling the Overpopulation Issue: Why Climate Change Gets So Much More Attention
Volume 40, No. 1
December 2019 / January 2020

Search the literature; read the news; comb the mission statements and recommendations of various environmental nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and it will become obvious how climate change utterly dominates public discourse, leaving the overpopulation issue behind. The average global per-person carbon footprint is 4.9 metric tons per year, according to the Global Footprint Network. Multiplied by …


In Bladensburg Cross Case, New Justices Help Set a New Course: Backward
Volume 40, No. 1
December 2019 / January 2020

It’s funny how a group of smart fourteen- and fifteen-year-olds using logic and cogent argument can one-up today’s U.S. Supreme Court. It happened in an Advanced Placement U.S. Government class at Frederick Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. According to the Washington Post, teacher Tessa Guarracino assigned the Bladensburg Cross case as a moot-court …

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Introduction
Volume 36, No. 2
February / March 2016

Opening a discussion of the problem of evil as a proof for God’s nonexistence.


Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Theodicy Riddle?
Volume 36, No. 2
February / March 2016

God’s proposed attributes simply can’t be reconciled with the presence of evil. But that only poses new moral challenges for atheists.


Evil God and Mirror Theodicies
Volume 36, No. 2
February / March 2016

Most theodicies that defend a good god have mirror twins that defend an evil god.


Introduction
Volume 36, No. 2
February / March 2016

Opening a discussion of the problem of evil as a proof for God’s nonexistence.


Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Theodicy Riddle?
Volume 36, No. 2
February / March 2016

God’s proposed attributes simply can’t be reconciled with the presence of evil. But that only poses new moral challenges for atheists.