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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12 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!

  3. Nice to meet you! It looks like you cover some pretty heady stuff here on your blog. And we have a mutual friend in Steven Colborne…He’s a great person and thoughtful blogger! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leading me here. All the best to you!

  4. Hello! I really liked your content. However, I wanted to give feedback about the website design. I wanted to read some of your posts but the navigation is certainly confusing. I think that your main intention is to separate your writings into “for” and “against” God. But then when I want to read something from a category, I have to go through links, which makes it a bad experience. Perhaps, in each category, you can just post them in a list with a small description? You may ignore this, since it is just a thought of a newbie. 🙂 Anyways! Great work.

  5. I was looking for a way to congratulate you for not trashing the latest comment on philosophy vs. pseudo-philosophy; I would have been tempted to do so. I had meant to get in touch anyway to suggest, ever so altruistically (not), that you might be interested in reviewing my book “Why Sane People Believe Crazy Things,” which deals extensively with religious epistemology. If you have any interest, you can reach me through the website: http://whysanepeoplebelievecrazythings.com

    1. Philosophy of Religion blog (Does God Exist?)

      Thanks! I’ve been pretty busy. I’ll let you know in a few days what I can do.

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