I take Nietzsche’s observation regarding the death of God in The Gay Science (1882) to be pragmatic in character: for all intents and purposes, God is no longer a necessary postulate needed to account for the reality in which we live. With the deconstruction of the infallible nature of Scripture by the application of the [...]
Matthew is a first year PhD student in Philosophy of Religion and Theology at Claremont Graduate University. He is interested in issues at the intersection between theology and science, particularly pertaining to epistemology, consciousness studies, neurology, and evolution. Matthew's current research project revolves around understanding the theological claim that humanity is created in the "image of God," and what this means in light of an evolutionary world-view.