25 Stupid Arguments Christians Should Avoid (Part 3)

Crazy Christian Bumper Stickers

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these arguments (part 3). [Read more...]

Guest Post: 25 Godly Blunders

“Christianity in Ruins” by Stephen Gray

A guest poster offers a few errors from the inerrant God. [Read more...]

25 Stupid Arguments Christians Should Avoid

“I can’t believe the stupidity of some of my followers”

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these arguments. [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

Roman ruins at night

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...]

Pygmies, Buffalo, and Christian Hardwiring

Mbuti pygmies with explorer Osa Johnson, 1930

A fascinating example of how one’s environment programs how we see things demands that we ask the same question about Christianity. [Read more...]

Tracking Animals, Tracking God

White Tailed Deer

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...]

WHAT God? Religion Keeps Not Finding Him.

Religion Tree

There’s a new marvelously complicated tree of world religions that illustrates our evolving interpretations of the divine. What does it mean that these forms of belief are diverging? [Read more...]

The Hypothetical God Fallacy + The Problem of Evil

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Let’s wrap up an analysis of a Christian rejection of the Problem of Evil and label an all-too-common Christian fallacy. [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...]