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Debate Aftermath

Atheist Christian debate

Some thoughts on the recent debate with Christian apologist Rand Wagner. [Read more...]

Upcoming Debate on God’s Existence 11/15/14

Do you live in the western Washington? In a week, I have a debate on the topic, “Does God exist?” [Read more...]

25 Stupid Arguments Christians Should Avoid (Part 7)

Someone is angry

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these arguments (part 7, conclusion). [Read more...]

25 Stupid Arguments Christians Should Avoid (Part 5)

Angry dude, mad about something

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these arguments (part 5). [Read more...]

25 Stupid Arguments Christians Should Avoid (Part 2)

Angry Birds

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these arguments. [Read more...]

Hoare’s Dictum

simplicity

A computer science pioneer makes a point about simplicity in software that also applies to apologetics arguments: some arguments succeed because they’re plainly correct, but others succeed only because they’re confusing. [Read more...]

Carefree Christian Dinghy Hits Immoveable Rock of Reality: Thoughts on the Craig vs. Carroll Debate

Craig Carroll cosmology apologetics debate

Philosopher William Lane Craig debated cosmology with a cosmologist, Sean Carroll. Predictably, Christianity didn’t fare so well. [Read more...]

Evolution is Crazy, Says Man Who Thinks the Earth Was Created 6000 Years Ago, All the Animals Were Saved on a Boat Built by a 600-yo Noah, and our Loving Creator Drowned Everyone

evolution creationism debate

Much could be said of the Bill Nye/Ken Ham debate, but I’ll focus on the low points of Ken Ham’s Creationist message. [Read more...]

Christians: Why You Need an Atheist Speaker at Your Next Conference

Truth fish wins again!

Christian conferences are often an echo chamber of reassurance and elementary arguments. Do they effectively train Christian apologists? Here’s one missing ingredient. [Read more...]

Avoid Christian Rationalization With This One Rule

Patent medicine—how do you discover what’s effective?

How do we evaluate evidence? This often underlies disagreement between atheists and Christians. Here’s a procedure to get everyone on the same page. [Read more...]


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