On The Uses And Abuses Of Religion In Art: The Lines Between Expression, Tolerance, Respect, Fear, and Torture

Gary Bauer thinks Christians aren’t treated as well as Muslims in America because there are greater quantities of art works which use Christian symbols in ways that offend Bauer’s sensibilities than there are ones that use Muslim symbols in ways that would offend Muslim sensibilities: in a variety of contexts, American Muslims are treated better [Read More...]

Judge This: The Pancake Mix Rebuttal To Street Evangelism

This looks quite effective: If you consider it too antagonistic or too mocking, I’m interested in your views about my standards for fairly mocking religious beliefs, which I discuss in the posts, In Defense Of Mocking And Embarrassing Religion and My Thoughts On Blasphemy Day.  If you accept my standards but still disagree, why do you think [Read More...]

In Defense Of Mocking And Embarrassing Religion

Unreasonable Faith just profiled this interesting looking documentary on a tour of debates between Christopher Hitchens and Doug Wilson. In the comments section to that post, Custador wrote the following about Christopher Hitchens: Generally I find his demeanor to be too confrontational to be productive. It’s like he’s trying to embarasse theists into seeing reason. [Read More...]


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