Bible reading in public schools was declared illegal 50 years ago, but we can’t rest on our laurels. Consider just one ongoing attack, a new Mississippi law that permits religious speech in schools. Read more

The most powerful argument against Christianity is the Problem of Divine Hiddenness. God wants to have a relationship with us? Then where is he? Simply making his existence obvious would be the first step, and this evidence is obviously not here. (3 of 3) Read more

The most powerful argument against Christianity is the Problem of Divine Hiddenness. God wants to have a relationship with us? Then where is he? Simply making his existence obvious would be the first step, and this evidence is obviously not here. (2 of 3) Read more

The most powerful argument against Christianity is the Problem of Divine Hiddenness. God wants to have a relationship with us? Then where is he? Simply making his existence obvious would be the first step, and this evidence is obviously not here. Read more

Where we conclude our critique of a Christian defense of the idea that the sacrifice of Jesus made us right with God. Read more

The definition of the Trinity is clear about the equality in majesty of the three persons of the Trinity. But does the Bible agree? Consider a number of verses that call this equality into question. Read more

Jesus died for our sins to reconcile us with God? Let’s consider some of the obvious insults that makes to our ideas of justice. Read more

An “ask and you will receive” kind of prayer that doesn’t work that way is a problem that Christians must still dance around. And let’s examine the reductionist god that they’ve created. Read more

Take the Ray Comfort challenge and see if you’re still an atheist. He claims, “Atheism destroyed with one scientific question.” Read more

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these stupid arguments (part 12). Read more

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