DNA is marvelously complicated, but mere complexity can make us miss the real issues. When we examine DNA and the sloppy way it’s put together, the Argument from Design collapses. We’ll also consider Christian defenses of the argument. Read more

A Christian apologist argues that justice shows the validity of Christianity. There is no ultimate justice for the atheist, which conflicts with the existence of objective morality; therefore, atheism fails. Let’s dissect the logic here. Read more

Teleology says that life shows the hand of a designer; dysteleology says the reverse. Four aspects of DNA—the c-value enigma, pseudogenes, endogenous retroviruses, and atavisms—make a clear case for the latter. Read more

A local football coach has been violating church-state separation laws by praying with his team on the field after games. This has got to stop, even if it means bringing in The Satanic Temple. Read more

The first premise to William Lane Craig’s Kalam argument didn’t fare so well last time. Let’s move on to the second premise. Read more

The venerable Cosmological Argument has many variations, and the Kalam version is the most popular. Let’s see if it holds up. Read more

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

Imagine the farewell speech from a politician dropping out of politics where all the impolitic things he’s wanted to say for years come spilling out. Here’s such a swan song from a politician who has much to say about things nice people don’t talk about: politics and religion. Read more

Let’s conclude our look at Greg Koukl’s analysis of the Problem of Evil, as applied to Israelite genocide in Canaan. We’re on the same page that this is a tough problem for Christianity, but I’m not sure that his resolution is as complete as he thinks. Read more

A popular evangelical Christian wrestles with the Problem of Evil. He’s confident that he’s got this persistent problem under control. Take a look and see if that optimism is well placed. Read more

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