I passed as a Christian during part of my trip to the nation’s capital. Read more

I posted my Naysayer Hypothesis at a Catholic site, and someone wrote a response. Let’s take a look to see if it holds up. Read more

Oxford mathematics professor John Lennox is an energetic defender of Christianity, but a recent interview on the Problem of Evil suggests that his mathematical proofs may be a lot stronger than his Christian ones (part 2 of 2). Read more

Oxford mathematics professor John Lennox is an energetic defender of Christianity, but a recent interview on the Problem of Evil suggests that his mathematical proofs may be a lot stronger than his Christian ones. Read more

Pick an important leader in any field. Now imagine a detailed history of the field that omits that central figure. You’d notice the absence, right? We’re told that God is a central figure in reality—let’s try the same thought experiment with him. Read more

Some Christian history revisionists eagerly claim biblical precedents for the pioneering rights that the U.S. Constitution. But compare it with the Ten Commandments and the differences become clear. Read more

Religions walk a fine line between promising too little and promising too much. Too little and no one cares; too much and you can’t deliver on your promises. But there’s a surprising advantage to contradictions in your religion’s story. Read more

My critique of the Christian response to the atheist argument, “I just believe in one less god than you.” (Concluded) Read more

My critique of the Christian response to the atheist argument, “I just believe in one less god than you.” (Part 3 of 4) Read more

Remember when the world ended five years ago? Good times! Read more

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