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8 Reasons to Reject C. S. Lewis’s Argument from Desire

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The Argument from Desire is easy to understand and has an intuitive feel. Let’s look at it skeptically to see if it holds up. [Read more...]

The Ontological Argument: Something From Nothing

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Can Christian apologists really wish God into existence? [Read more...]

The Ridiculous Argument from Accurate Names

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The Bible uses names of people and places that archaeology has verified. Some Christians argue that this supports the Bible’s supernatural claims. Let’s see if this popular argument takes Christians where they want to go. [Read more...]

Tracking Animals, Tracking God

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Tracking animals is hard, but with much practice, a tracker can reliably find wild animals. How does that compare with tracking down God? [Read more...]

Where Are the Good Christian Arguments? + The Problem of Evil

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Let’s use a Christian response to the Problem of Evil to illustrate a common frustration: finding interesting and challenging Christian apologetic arguments. [Read more...]

More Sloppy Thinking from William Lane Craig

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William Lane Craig is the insane gift that keeps on giving, a cornucopia of crazy. Let’s look further at the nutty thinking at his book Reasonable Faith. [Read more...]

God is Nonexistent

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Can science say that anything doesn’t exist? Sure—unicorns, dragons, wizards. It doesn’t say this with certainty but with confidence. By the same logic, God doesn’t exist. [Read more...]

The God Debate, 3 of 3 (Fiction)

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A Christian and an atheist debate God’s existence in this 3-part excerpt from my book Cross Examined. [Read more...]

The God Debate, 2 of 3 (Fiction)

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A Christian and an atheist debate God’s existence in this 3-part excerpt from my book Cross Examined. [Read more...]

The God Debate (Fiction)

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A Christian and an atheist debate God’s existence in this 3-part excerpt from my book Cross Examined. [Read more...]


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