William Lane Craig Misrepresents Christianity and Insults Islam

William Lane Craig compares Christianity against Islam and argues that the Trinitarian Christian god is better, but his theological errors would earn him an F if this were a freshman paper. [Read more…]

Christians: Can ANYTHING Change Your Mind?

How impervious is Christianity to contrary evidence? Does it blunder on in spite of clear evidence that its claims are false? Or are Christians eager to follow the evidence where it leads? [Read more…]

’Tis the Season!

It’s Christmas time! Here are a few Christmas-themed posts from the vault. [Read more…]

Christian Apologists Find No Meaning in Life

A Christmas movie shows that Christian apologists’ gnashing of teeth is empty blather. [Read more…]

Christianity, the Ultimate Unfalsifiable Hypothesis

A hypothesis should be testable, especially one as important as “God exists.” How honestly do Christians follow the evidence? And have they made their hypothesis unfalsifiable, out of reach of any contradicting evidence? [Read more…]

Wondering What to Give that Christian or Atheist on Your List?

Thought-provoking gifts for the holiday season. [Read more…]

The Inadequate Deist Argument

Consider some of the popular science-y Christian apologetics: the Cosmological, Teleological, and Design Arguments, for example. They all have a flaw—the SAME flaw—that gets too little attention. [Read more…]

God’s Kryptonite

If anything is unchanging, God should be. But our picture of God (all powerful, omniscient, omnipresent) doesn’t represent the God we find in the Old Testament. Back in God’s youth, he was a lot weaker than he is now. Consider two examples from the Bible. [Read more…]

25 Stupid Arguments Christians Should Avoid (Part 11)

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these arguments (part 11). [Read more…]

Christianity Is a Hospital, and Sinners Are Ill (Or Not)

Well of course Christians are imperfect—everyone’s imperfect! That’s why the Church is like a hospital. It’s full of imperfect people striving to get better. (Let’s take apart this weak metaphor.) [Read more…]


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