Bad Atheist Arguments: “I Just Reject One More God than You” (2 of 2)

A Christian writer promises to illustrate the dreadful consequences of bad atheist arguments. Read on to see if any of your arguments are dreadfully bad. (Part 3b) [Read more…]

Bad Atheist Arguments: “I Just Reject One More God than You”

A Christian writer promises to illustrate the dreadful consequences of bad atheist arguments. Read on to see if any of your arguments are dreadfully bad. (Part 3) [Read more…]

A Pro-Christian Argument For A Change: the Transcendental Argument

How about an argument from the Christian standpoint for a change? This is the Transcendental Argument as presented in my novel “Cross Examined.” [Read more…]

Bad Atheist Arguments: “Atheism Isn’t a Claim”

A Christian writer promises to illustrate the dreadful consequences of bad atheist arguments. Read on to see if any of your arguments are dreadfully bad. (Part 2) [Read more…]

Bad Atheist Arguments: Book Review of “The Atheist Who Didn’t Exist”

A Christian writer promises to illustrate the dreadful consequences of bad atheist arguments. Read on to see if any of your arguments are dreadfully bad. [Read more…]

Explanation for Objective Morality? Another Fail.

In my never-ending quest to find a reasonable defense for the Christian claim of objective morality, I consider the argument of another apologist. [Read more…]

’Tis the Season!

It’s Christmas time! Here are a few Christmas-themed posts from the vault. [Read more…]

“But Who Created God?” an Atheist Fallacy?

The Christian says that God did it, and the atheist responds, “But who created God?” Is this a fair response by the atheist? Many Christian apologists say no. [Read more…]

ONE Bias That Cripples Every Christian Apologetic Argument

Here is a single bias that (in many forms) seems to underlie most Christian arguments. [Read more…]

Pascal’s Problem: A Mathematical Disproof of Pascal’s Wager

Guest post: Pascal’s wager takes a gambler’s probabilistic look at the promise of the afterlife. From this perspective, betting on Christianity’s afterlife is just a smart bet. But this conclusion doesn’t stand up to analysis. [Read more…]