Forgiveness and the Knuckleball

  Ever since I was young, I've been fascinated by the knuckleball because throwing it is difficult and hitting it is even more difficult (someone once said "hitting it is like trying to eat soup with a fork").  And since I follow baseball, I was sad when Tim Wakefield recently retired.  Then I learned about… Continue reading Forgiveness and the Knuckleball

Truth, Epistemology, and Baseball

  Since I like baseball and certain philosophical discussions, I thought this was a good illustration that shows a few different ways people view truth.  (And I'll refrain from explaining how calling strikes is tough because the strike zone is more like a cube than a square.)  Is truth objective, subjective, or a social construction?  Os Guinness illustrates it this way. … Continue reading Truth, Epistemology, and Baseball