You Know the Photo that Came with Your New Wallet? God Is Like That.

God is like the wallet photo of the smiling model. You could say that that’s your girlfriend . . . but that she never has time to come around. You could say that God does marvelous things . . . but always have an excuse when “God” never fulfills the commitments you make for him. [Read more…]

The World Will End Soon! Again! (2 of 2)

John Hagee’s “Four Blood Moons” claims to tap into cosmic truth, but it’s just more nonsense to sell books to gullible Christians. [Read more…]

The World Will End Soon! Again!

Predicting the end of the world is a popular pastime in some Christian circles. Pastor John Hagee is a master—let’s see what we can learn. [Read more…]

The Frustration of Arguing with Christians

Here’s a comparison that I think illustrates both the frustration of arguing with Christians and the backwardness of their position. [Read more…]

Guest Post: Thinking My Way Out of Religion

My own journey out of religion was easy—I stopped going to church when I left home and didn’t think much about it for years. I’m fascinated by the journey to atheism of someone who was much more deeply into Christianity, as documented in this guest post. [Read more…]

A Dozen Responses to the Transcendental Argument for God (3 of 3)

The Transcendental Argument is one of the popular weighty arguments in support of God. It’s effective because it makes you scratch your head, not because it’s true. Scratch the surface of the argument, and there’s not a lot there. [Read more…]

A Dozen Responses to the Transcendental Argument for God (2 of 3)

The Transcendental Argument is one of the popular weighty arguments in support of God. It’s effective because it makes you scratch your head, not because it’s true. Scratch the surface of the argument, and there’s not a lot there. (Part 2) [Read more…]

A Dozen Responses to the Transcendental Argument for God

The Transcendental Argument is one of the popular weighty arguments in support of God. It’s effective because it makes you scratch your head, not because it’s true. Scratch the surface of the argument, and there’s not a lot there. [Read more…]

10 Tough Questions for the Atheist to Answer (3 of 3)

We conclude our critique of ten tough questions that a Christian thinks will stump the atheist. This time: objective moral truth, the priority of humans over other forms of life, and the Problem of Evil. [Read more…]

10 Tough Questions for the Atheist to Answer (2 of 3)

We continue with our analysis of ten tough questions that a Christian thinks will stump the atheist. This time: design in biology, human consciousness, free will, and the good and bad side of human nature. [Read more…]