Are Divine Command Theory And Objective Morality Mutually Exclusive Concepts?

Luke Muelhauser confronts William Lane Craig with the inconsistency between his divine command interpretation of morality, according to which things are moral or immoral as solely determined by God’s calling them as such, on the one hand, and his insistence that in this way God is the source of “objective morality”: But let us say [Read More...]

How Apologetic Goals Compromise Christian Apologists’ Historical Research

Appealing to insights of the great theologian Paul Tillich, Robert M. Price takes on the corruption of research when it has a defensive agenda. (Sadly, this video was taken down from YouTube) via Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Sundaily Hilarity: Why The King James Bible Is Superior To Science Books

This guy is off the charts unintentionally hilarious in so many ways.  He’s a must-see for fans of religulousness: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

On “Concern-Troll Apologists”

Daylight Atheism exposes a disingenuous tactic for addressing atheists: Concern trolling is defined as masquerading as an ally or a friend in order to offer your enemies “helpful advice” that, if taken, would hurt and undermine them. For example, take this condescending report by Zoe Brennan of the U.K. Daily Mail on the summer camp [Read More...]


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