I’m Off to the Reason Rally

The Reason Rally is expected to be the world’s largest secular gathering … and I’ll be there! [Read more...]

“This is Guaranteed to Convert You!”

Imagine the claim, “I hold in my hand a pamphlet that will undercut your worldview!” How would a Christian and an atheist respond to this? The same way? Or would they respond differently? How would you respond? [Read more...]

Christianity Can’t be Deduced from Nature

Imagine a post-apocalyptic world with no evidence of Christianity. Could it be recreated? [Read more...]

Prayer Doesn’t Work as Advertised

Here’s an excerpt from my book where two characters discuss prayer and whether it is effective. [Read more...]

Post #100

It’s post #100! Time to take stock of where we’ve been and where we’re going. [Read more...]

“Cross Examined” Available on Kindle!

Have you been waiting for my new book, “Cross Examined: An Unconventional Spiritual Journey,” in Kindle format? Wait no longer! [Read more...]

“God Did It” Explains Everything … or Maybe Not

“God did it” is an easy answer to many riddles within science. It’s so broad that it can explain anything, but this means that it explains nothing. [Read more...]

500 Eyewitnesses to the Risen Christ? Not likely.

In 1 Cor. 15:6, Paul claims that 500 people saw Jesus risen after his crucifixion. This verse is popular among apologists who imagine this as strong evidence that the crucifixion is historical. However, this argument crumbles under scrutiny. [Read more...]

Understanding Morality—It’s Really Not that Hard

When apologist Greg Kokul critiques atheist morality, it’s hard to imagine that he’ll get so many things wrong. [Read more...]

It’s Launch Day for my Book, Cross Examined!

It’s launch day for “Cross Examined: An Unconventional Spiritual Journey”! This novel argues that if God exists, he made Reason to be used. There are many nonfiction books that discuss apologetics and many novels with atheist characters, but this may be the first novel that pulls in apologetic arguments both for and against Christianity, with the debate taking on the role of an additional character. [Read more...]