My philosophical friend Mr. Ben Finiti has reached the stage of life where he takes up the task of making sense of himself and the world, and asking whether it can be done without including God in the ruminations.
He tells me that he has reached three very tentative conclusions.
First, he has concluded that morality is not derivable or sustainable without religion, and religion (however useful) is false without God. I may ask him to explain that to me at some point. Continue reading ‘God, the Horizon, and Ben Finiti’