Taking a look at the “scientific method” that people are frequently taught in high school of making observations forming a hypothesis, experimenting to test it, refining it, etc. This either doesn’t really exist or is just a description of how human beings think about anything and has been how people have operated for as long as human beings have been sapient.
I was asked by a viewer if I had advice for young men on finding a career, so here’s my advice.
The first in a series looking at the stupid things atheists (mostly on the internet) say. Not all atheists, of course. This first episode is about “lack of belief”.
For a more serious take, consider this video on a logic lesson for lack of belief atheists:
A look at the theme about losing and keeping a miracle in Encanto, and how shockingly Christian this theme is.
I was asked this question in a comment on my video on Dunning Kruger, so I decided to do a video explaining.
A look into the nature of decisions and freedom, and how long-term decisions, like marrying, having children, becoming a priest, etc. do not really reduce your freedom.
In this video I take a look at the concept of “emergent properties” (which is just a more recent name for “epiphenomena”, what they are and what they aren’t, and how they don’t mean what internet atheists claim they mean.
In this video I explain what the Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation (i.e. the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist) is, what the doctrine isn’t, give an analogy that we can use to approach understanding it, and also explain how no one who believes in the Real Presence in the Eucharist can actually disagree with the doctrine of transubstantiation.
A conversation with Zerse about the sorts of philosophies on offer to young men today, including red pill, dating coaches, black pill, and others.
I was asked this question in the comments to my video giving advice to men on dating and finding a wife, so I made a video answering the question.
A quick discussion of how funny it is that determinists (people who deny free will) so frequently base their morality upon consent, since according to their theory, it is impossible for anyone to consent to anything. They are literally basing their morality on something which they deny can exist.
Just sharing some thoughts on Ash Wednesday (the beginning of the penitential season of Lent, preceding Easter) and the words spoken with the anointing with ashes, “Remember, O man, you are dust, and to dust you will return.”
I answer a question about how advisable it is to date outside the faith. The original question was about atheists, but I broadened it a little bit since the same considerations apply to dating protestants, etc.
In this video I talk about God’s actions, and how miracles—direct interference within creation—are not God’s only actions; how God very frequently works through creation so that creation cooperates with His purposes, but that these are no less God’s actions for God having given it to creation to co-operate with His purposes.
Some advice for men on dating and finding a wife. To paraphrase Winston Churchill: this video, by its very length, defends itself against ever being watched. Still, I hope some of it might be helpful. It contains some thoughts on dating, courtship, being friends with women, how acquaintanceship differs from being friends, how to go about trying to maximize one’s attractiveness to women, and other subjects.
(I intend to make a video with advice for women on dating and finding a husband, but it’s going to take me a bit to finalize what I want to say on the subject and record that video.)
In this video I discuss how the various major religions of the world don’t all look like Christianity, and so newer religions, like environmentalism, progressivism, animal rights, etc. are religions despite not looking like Christianity, too.