Robert Price Pwns William Lane Craig On The Morality And Historicity Of The Canaanite Genocides In The Bible

The depravity of William Lane Craig’s apologetics on behalf of the genocides goes lower than I had ever imagined before and Robert Price just decimates him, from a moral and highly illuminating historical perspective, in audio which you can hear at The Buddha Is Not Serious. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

God’s Apparent Fondness For Blood Drinking and Cannibalism

It’s just about lunch time and if I know God I know what he wants to eat and have you eat…human flesh!  Steve Wells (creator of the indispensable Skeptics Annotated Bible) the other day compiled handy list of God’s commands for blood drinking and cannibalism.  Read the whole post.  Here are just a few, um, “tastes”: [Read More...]

A Challenge To Christians To Unqualifiedly Condemn Genocide

Christians who defend the Old Testament genocides are guilty of either relativistic authoritarianism (anything can be okay as long as God wills it and His will has simply changed from the Old Testament days to the New Testament one) or, possibly worse, theoretical agreement with all the normal justifications of genocide as long as God [Read More...]

Disambiguating Faith: Faith Is Neither Brainstorming, Hypothesizing, Nor Simply Reasoning Counter-Intuitively

In this third reply to Adam (you can read the first two here and here, but need not in order to follow this post), I will examine his following suggestions: When I asked if it is rational to cease rationality, what I meant was the following. Since it is only rational to explore all possible paths [Read More...]


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