13 More Puzzles

Here are some more puzzles. You think the last batch was easy? See how you do on these. [Read more…]

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Insights into Bible Miracles from Magician Uri Geller

Those who make paranormal claims have a lot to teach us about the Bible and its supernatural claims. The apologetics from both camps are surprisingly similar. [Read more…]

Counterintuitive Puzzles that Should Be Easy

Our brains are surprisingly imperfect, and a certain category of puzzles highlights that imperfection. They’re quick and easy—or so they seem. See how you do. [Read more…]

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An Honest Way for Christians to Separate Fact From Fiction

Imagine throwing your Net of Truth into the water. You want to pull up truth and nothing but the truth. What rules does the Net use to winnow fact from fiction? [Read more…]

Using Bayes Theorem to Decide How Likely the Jesus Miracle Stories

How can probability be used to clarify the God question? A quick (and easy) summary of Bayes Theorem will provide a useful tool in weighing competing claims. [Read more…]

The Dunning-Kruger Effect: Are the Stupid Too Stupid to Realize They’re Stupid?

Has it ever seemed to you that less competent people rate their competence higher than it actually is, while more competent people humbly rate theirs lower? It’s not just your imagination. [Read more…]

Lessons from New Age Thinking

A New Age professional tells the story of her gradual embrace of science and provides insights into the appeal of thinking that is so foreign to most of us. [Read more…]

In Which I Experience a Miracle. Or Not.

I’ll share with you a remarkable message from God to me … or perhaps it was just a curious coincidence. You decide. [Read more…]

The Curious Tale of the Angel of Mons

The stories of William Tell, King Arthur, and Robin Hood might have legendary elements. These stories happened long ago, so it’s hard to tell. But don’t think that the supernatural can’t corrupt modern history as well. [Read more…]

Fallible Memories and the Development of Legend

Human memory is unreliable, and a confident memory may not be an accurate one. Take a look at a few examples to see how weak the Christian claim is that the gospels have a reliable foundation. [Read more…]


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