This blog presupposes the importance of having some knowledge in philosophy, particularly philosophy of religion; although, this is not absolutely necessary to read my posts.

In addition, when speaking of “God”, I use that term to describe the Being of traditional theism/classical theism. Traditional theism is the belief in a Being who is Omnipotent, Omniscient, and Omnibenevolent. While classical theism is important, that’s not the only version of theism that I want to focus on when it comes to this blog.

Philosophy of religion examines subjects like the following: the existence of God, miracles, the rationality of religious belief, science vs. religion, faith vs. reason, etc. On this blog, I mainly focus on the arguments for/against the existence of God and the rationality of religious belief.

About Me:

My name is Jonathan Garner. I went to the University of Tennessee for my undergraduate work where I studied Philosophy. I recently finished graduate school in Philosophy with a focus in Philosophy of Religion.



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5 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Jonathan
    I visited your website today and have found your work very impressive. I have spent last 25 minutes to find a way to contact you and share these feelings but couldn’t find any other way to convey these thoughts except for this “about” link. I hope you won’t mind me adding these comments here for this reason. Many regards Salman

  2. Hi, Mr. Garner. I like your blog.

    I noticed that you bought a website for this blog, and I wanted to warn you about something that happened to me. I bought a website from WordPress to summarize philosophical concepts, and I thought I set it up to renew automatically, but the domain expired after a couple of years and I lost all my work (not that much, really, since I was not highly active on the website). I hope you’ll take steps to make sure your posts are backed up somewhere in case your domain name expires unexpectedly.

    Keep up the good work!

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