Moral Luck (Free Will pt. III)

Luck plays a bigger role in our lives than we tend to admit. Intuitively, you’d think that people couldn’t be held morally accountable for what is not their fault, or what happens due to factors beyond their control. But according to Thomas Nagel, “a significant aspect of what someone does depends on factors beyond their … Continue reading Moral Luck (Free Will pt. III)


Moral Responsibility (Free Will pt. II)

I want to elaborate on why I think this question matters. Whether believers want to acknowledge it or not, Christianity makes claims about the universe and how it works. It makes claims about how human beings work. Our best science-based and evidence-based answers to many questions are in direct conflict with the Christian answers to … Continue reading Moral Responsibility (Free Will pt. II)