Overthinking Clearly

My Adventures in all things that seemed important to me at one time or another.

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Overthinking Clearly is my blog about books, my humble exploration of the philosophy of religion and my musings about all kinds of questions that make me think, like Humanism, Science, Feminism or Ethics.

Latest posts:

  • On this site, I often argue that we should think critically—not take whatever pundits, influences, preachers and Hollywood is selling and make it a part… Source
  • No, it’s not a group of people just hanging around at beaches and swimming pools naked. That’s naturism. Naturalism is a bit less fun than… Source
  • Your first instinct might be to say that it is really easy to be a good person. But is that really the case? On the… Source
  • Time for another Book Recommendation. And this time it’s a very dear book, as it’s one of the first books, if not THE first I… Source
  • The Teleological argument is also known as the argument from design. That basically means – a person making the argument looks at the world, notices that it resembles things that have been deliberately designed or that things seem orderly, so by analogy to other objects which are designed they conclude that the world must have […]
  • Continuing with the introductions to the arguments for the existence of God, we’ll now look at one of the most common arguments for God –… Source
  • This book was first published in 1975 and it’s considered by many to be profound and groundbreaking. And with good reason. Let’s explore some of these reasons… Source
  • This post is about scratching the surface of cosmological arguments for the existence of God. As this is a very complex area and there are… Source
  • As the world gets into bigger and bigger trouble I find myself searching for, reading and recommending books I feel can help us all understand… Source
  • One of the arguments put forward for the existence of God is Anselm’s Ontological Argument. This is an argument that tries to “prove” God’s existence… Source