Sunday, March 26, 2023
Incinerating Presuppositionalism: Year Eighteen
As usual on IP, I mark the anniversary of this blog (first entry posted on March 26, 2005) with an entry listing the posts which I published over the previous year, beginning with a link to the previous year’s anniversary post. Whether readers find this valuable or not, it does help me in a variety of ways, especially since navigating a blog looking for that one item that I know is there, is not always very easy. It also gives me some added sense of accomplishment.
Since this time last year, here are the entries I posted on this blog:
503. Incinerating Presuppositionalism: Year Seventeen - March 26, 2022
504. Some Thoughts in Response to Anderson’s Argument on Propositions - April 28, 2022
505. Apparently I don’t have the right… - May 21, 2022
506. Same Old Song and Dance: Anderson on Induction… again - June 26, 2022
507. Stovetop Realizations - July 28, 2022
508. TAG and the Appeal to Magic - August 28, 2022
509. Why Do Apologists Raise the Problem of Induction in Debate? - September 25, 2022
510. Is Creation Possible? - October 11, 2022
511. Evolution and the Persistence of Religion - November 25, 2022
512. On the Kalam Cosmological Argument - December 24, 2022
513. Buried Signposts - January 16, 2023
514. Epistemology or Methodological Amnesia? - February 21, 2023
515. TAG in Two Steps - March 5, 2023
As always, a special thanks to anyone who bothers taking the time to read anything I post here, and even bigger thanks to those who trouble themselves to post a comment. I do read all comments, though I do not always have time to reply. But as far as comments go, they are always intelligent and bring additional value to my blog. So I am grateful for that.
I do not know how much longer I can maintain this blog, though I have no intention of stopping. Writing and editing take time and sustained focus, and I do try to provide something that readers will find valuable. My blog is not an advertisement for books, nor is there a paywall to the “real content” beyond some teaser. There are no ads and I don’t even ask for donations (and hope I never need to); there’s no link to Paypal or Subscribestar where I ask for coffee money. I will buy my own coffee as long as I can. We are always being hit with messaging urging us to “give back” to “the community.” Consider my writings my way of doing this. Those who muscle through an entry or two might find that this is a way that I can provide more impactful and lasting value than volunteering an afternoon at the local high school car wash, scrubbing graffiti off a parking structure or picking up trash along the interstate.
With that, we embark now on Year Nineteen.
by Dawson Bethrick