They say that Christianity and Philosophy don't mix - that you have to choose between one or the other. But, the individual - the lover of truth, and lover of life - never blindly accepts what "they" say. He knows that what is true is true - regardless of who said it; he knows that truth is to be sought above all things, and at all costs; he knows that morality must come from reality - and never the other way around; he knows he cannot hide behind inconvenient implications; that the unknown never trumps the certainly known. In such an individual, the passion to fully know the truth triumphs over petty ideological solidarity and arbitrary party lines - it drives him to raid and plunder the truth from all ideologies and all parties, integrating it into the singular whole that it is meant to be .
This is a blog created for such individuals, by such an individual.
I am a Christian Egoist. I am rationally convinced of the truthfulness of Classical Christianity and of much of Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism - particularly her morality and the sense of life depicted in her writings. That which I embrace in Christianity, and that which I reject in Objectivism is not based on whim, or faith, or any subjective motive. It is based in the plain and simple application of reason to reality. Philosophical Theology is my passion and, as of now, writing is its outlet. I have a Bachelor of Theology from Bethlehem College & Seminary, and I am currently working on graduate studies in philosophy at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. My aim is the total integration of all truth––theological and philosophical––into one unified, God-glorifying, soul-satisfying, rational, Biblical, Christian worldview.
As a beginning primer, I highly recommend reviewing some of the popular posts listed below, beginning with the inaugural post:
Jesus Christ AND Ayn Rand?
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God: The Immovable Mover -My Argument for God's Existense
D'Souza vs. Bernstein: Is Either Good for Mankind? - My Review of the Debate between the Christian and Objectivist Apologists
The Galt-Like God - A brief glimpse at the theme and content of my book
The Categories of Objective Epistemology - A brief outline of my Epistemological Theory
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