Research from neuroscience and physics show that there is no good reason to imagine that souls actually exist. We’ll start with the guy in the photo. A blasting accident shot an iron rod through his head, but he survived to give science early evidence of the mind/brain connection. Read more

One moral problem that I seem to be on the wrong side of is eating meat. How can I justify it? (How can you?) But there may be a solution. Read more

A well-known theologian contrasts atheism and Christianity. I’ve pulled out six points that demand critique. Read more

Prayer is easy. Doing something is hard. Let’s be adults and realize that prayer does nothing more than make people feel good. Wouldn’t a National Day of Actually DOING Something be more effective than a National Day of Prayer? Read more

A popular Christian podcast recently addressed the dilemma, Does pro-life logic demand that women who get abortions should be punished? They claim to want to eliminate abortions, but their actions tell another story (5 of 5). Read more

A popular Christian podcast recently addressed the dilemma, Does pro-life logic demand that women who get abortions should be punished? Consider the pro-life case they make (4 of 5). Read more

A popular Christian podcast recently addressed the dilemma, Does pro-life logic demand that women who get abortions should be punished? The hosts imagine a post-abortion America. It’s hard to believe they get it so wrong (3 of 5). Read more

A popular Christian podcast recently addressed the dilemma, Does pro-life logic demand that women who get abortions should be punished? Consider what it says about their position that they find their own conclusion unpalatable (2 of 5). Read more

A popular Christian podcast recently addressed the dilemma, Does pro-life logic demand that women who get abortions should be punished? Let’s critique their response (part 1 of 5). Read more

The National Day of Prayer approacheth, which means that it’s a good time to critique the value of prayer. Read more

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