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

Was the Colorado Springs Shooter No Worse Than Planned Parenthood Itself?

Take a look at radical pro-life thinking in an article that condemns the shooting but can’t lay off the vicious rhetoric that might have prompted it. Read more

Yet More on the Bible’s Confused Relationship with Science (2 of 2)

We’ll conclude our look at Bible verses that make declarations about science so embarrassing that Christians want to ignore them. Read more

Yet More on the Bible’s Confused Relationship with Science

We’ve looked at weak Christian claims that the Bible preceded science. Now, let’s look at Bible verses that make declarations about science so embarrassing that Christians want to ignore them. 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

The Bible’s Confused Relationship with Science (2 of 2)

Modern science? It’s been in the Bible all along, and we just didn’t have the faith to see it! Let’s wrap up the investigation of this bold claim. Read more

The Bible’s Confused Relationship with Science

Christian apologists eagerly point out the many places where the Bible gives us new science that was unknown to the ancients. Well, what would you expect for a book inspired by the omniscient creator of the universe? Let’s investigate. 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

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