Monthly Archives: January 2014

The 10 Most Remarkable Places I’ve Been

10. Slieve Donard. The highest mountain in N. Ireland. A 3,000 ft climb in the unpopulated reserve in Country Down with mountain mists passing by and the expectation of a leprechaun around every turn. I hiked this alone while on business … Continue reading

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Life and Death, the Appalachian Trail

I met him one evening in North Carolina. On a day where I covered more miles than I should have, Shady came to the shelter after me meaning he had hiked even further. Yet he was full of energy. Shortly … Continue reading

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The Preconditions of Knowledge, Part 2

On the last post I had 4 items which were listed as Preconditions of Knowledge.  These items are required preconditions to any epistemology in that not meeting these criteria makes knowledge impossible, thus defeating the epistemologies own implied claim to … Continue reading

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The Preconditions of Knowledge

Expanding my study of Christian Epistemology I’ve started reading a number of thinkers beyond Gordon Clark, on whom I am writing a biography.  Included in my recent readings have been Cornelius Van Til and John Frame who each put emphasis … Continue reading

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