How Christian Apologists Teleport Across Lessing’s “Ugly, Broad Ditch”

A little thing like lack of evidence won’t stop Christian apologists from handwaving about why they’re justified in believing religious claims. Here’s how they get across Lessing’s Ditch. [Read more…]

The Argument from Mathematics Doesn’t Add Up to God (2 of 2)

Let’s conclude our exploration of this new argument for Christianity. The Argument from Mathematics argues that math’s ability to explain reality is so extraordinary that it demands a divine explanation. [Read more…]

The Argument from Mathematics Doesn’t Add Up to God

Here’s a new argument for Christianity: math’s ability to explain reality is so extraordinary that it demands a divine explanation. [Read more…]

A Crazy Natural Explanation Or a Supernatural One: Which One Wins?

A plausible natural explanation beats the supernatural explanation. But even when you have an implausible explanation, it can still look a lot more reasonable. [Read more…]

The Great Commission and How It Doesn’t Apply to You

The Great Commission stands in the way of Christianity being a healthy force within society, but here are four reasons why the Great Commission doesn’t apply to Christians. [Read more…]

God’s Diminishing Power

Consider how God’s power has increased according to his followers. But a look at his actions over time tell a different story. [Read more…]

The Evolving Jesus Story

The gospel story grew with time, and the New Testament books themselves record this evolution. [Read more…]

Responding to “10 Myths About God” (3 of 3)

Let’s wrap up our critique of a Christian series of videos that reject ten myths about God. [Read more…]

Responding to “10 Myths About God” (2 of 3)

Let’s continue our critique of a Christian series of videos that reject ten myths about God. It’s surprising that educated Christians get so much wrong. [Read more…]

Responding to “10 Myths About God”

A Christian ministry has made a series of short videos that reject ten myths about God. In some places, they make good points. In others … not so much. [Read more…]