How Much Faith to Be an Atheist? (A Response to Geisler and Turek, Part 3)

More from Geisler and Turek’s “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist”: fine tuning, divine hiddenness, Road Runner tactic, and awe. [Read more…]

How Much Faith to Be an Atheist? (A Response to Geisler and Turek, Part 2)

We move on to cosmological arguments in Geisler and Turek’s book “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist.” Let’s see how they hold up. [Read more…]

How Much Faith to Be an Atheist? (A Response to Geisler and Turek)

Geisler and Turek’s apologetics book, I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, needs a response. Or a slap down. [Read more…]

C. S. Lewis Gets it Wrong: Liar, Lunatic, Lord … or Legend?

C.S. Lewis is rightly famous for his impact on Christian apologetics. With this argument, however, he misses the elephant in the room. [Read more…]

Josephus: Important Evidence for Jesus?

Josephus was a Jewish historian whose first-century writings mention Jesus. Christian apologists eagerly point to two references in particular as extra-biblical evidence of the miraculous works of Jesus. We’ll investigate both to see if they hold up. [Read more…]

13 Reasons to Reject the Christian Naysayer Hypothesis (2 of 2)

Conclusion to why the popular Naysayer Hypothesis is useless. [Read more…]

13 Reasons to Reject the Christian Naysayer Hypothesis

We’re told that the gospel story must be true because, if it weren’t, eyewitnesses at the time would correct it. It doesn’t work that way. Here are 13 reasons why this naysayer hypothesis is nonsense. [Read more…]

25 Stupid Arguments Christians Should Avoid (Part 9)

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these arguments (part 9). [Read more…]

Your Religion Is a Reflection of Your Culture—You’d Be Muslim if You Were Born in Pakistan

A number of objections have been made against this popular argument. We’ll run through them to see how well the argument stands up. [Read more…]

Kreeft’s Argument from Absolute Conscience Fails Absolutely

Peter Kreeft’s Argument from Conscience assumes an absolute obligation. Like so many other apologists, his assumptions are unfounded. They’re also unnecessary—the natural explanation works just fine. [Read more…]


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