In my last post, I gave two very different worldviews and asked which one appeals to you. The first one was from Richard Dawkins, which represented a naturalist worldview. The second one was from C. Baxter Kruger, which represented a Christian Trinitarian worldview.
Since no one picked Dawkins’s view, I’m assuming we don’t prefer one that’s purposeless, blind, pitiless, and indifferent. You obviously know my view. But I only gave you a choice between those two views last time and there are many other worldviews, so perhaps you could share what “particular philosophy of life or conception of the world” you personally prefer.
Let me be clear. This is not meant to be a debate about who is right. And, besides, there’s no way to prove whose view is right anyway. Some views will be more plausible than others, and many have much in common that we can probably agree on whether we believe in God or not. The point is, I genuinely want to understand how you see the world around you. I want to learn from you.
So, philosophically speaking, what is your ontology? How do you make sense of reality? And why is this important to you?
Please keep the comments respectful and as concise as possible. Any links in your comments automatically go into moderation, but I will allow them if they are relevant to explaining your worldview. Any disrespectful links or comments will go into the trash.
I look forward to what you have to say. Thank you.