When I get asked questions in forums then I try and give my answer as it seems natural to me at that time. Sometimes though the same questions appear again and again. So-called presupposition Christians are probably the worst of the worst on this. They really only have a foundation of one circular argument and you will see the same “How do you know this is absolutely true ?” style of question that has been asked since Hume and before him. Heck if bacteria had philosophers then they’d be asking “How can we trust our senses are telling us the truth ?” whilst they terraform planet Earth so that eventually another species called humans can ask this same question.
Will we ever get the answer ? I think so if we get a unified theory of everything. The question is one of physics not theology. So the naturalist must reduce all these questions to topics in physics and then mathematics.
- On evolved moral values – this is a condensed answer to the question I was posed, “Are moral values immutable or did evolving humans create them?” by a (presupposition) Christian.
- On the question of True Meaning – this was my answer when I was asked about “True Meaning”. Most people ask such word salad questions as a canned question that reads from a script in Street Preacher 101. They don’t actually care about the reply as it’s intended to be rhetorical. It may just upset them if you reply. They may have to think out of the box. Good luck with that.
- On defusing the irreducible complexity argument about proteins. There is an added twist to this which I haven’t yet detailed.