Paul A. Wagner

Paul A. Wagner is a professor of philosophy at the University of Houston-Clear Lake.

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Whispering Truth: Scientists and the (Un)Hidden God

Karl Marx said religion in general — and Christianity in particular — is nothing more than an opiate for the masses. How do we know Marx is not right? The mere fact that people around the world worship a divine being doesn’t establish the existence or non-existence of any such thing — nor does it … Read more

Truth and Apologetics

Subjectivism, deconstructionism, postmodernism, multiculturalism—there is a blight on scholarly research today, cast by the epistemic “isms.” No field is safe. Even in physics, the “isms” are attempting to spin every idea as nothing more than one person’s opinion or the accidental product of historical evolution. Physicist Alan Sobel exposed this effort when he sent a … Read more

Truth and Apologetics

Subjectivism, deconstructionism, postmodernism, multiculturalism—there is a blight on scholarly re­search today, cast by the epistemic “isms.” No field is safe. Even in physics, the “isms” are attempt­ing to spin every idea as nothing more than one person’s opinion or the accidental product of historical evolution. Physicist Alan Sobel exposed this effort when he sent a … Read more

Whispering Truth: Scientists and the (Un)Hidden God

Karl Marx said religion in general—and Christianity in particular—is nothing more than an opiate for the masses. How do we know Marx is not right? The mere fact that people around the world worship a divine being doesn’t establish the existence or non-existence of any such thing—nor does it establish the truth of any one … Read more

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