We’re continuing our critique of 10 principles to correctly evaluate the Bible. Read more

A Christian blogger, concerned about false charges of contradiction in the Bible, has proposed 10 principles to correctly evaluate the Bible. However, they may not take us where he wants us to go. Read more

A little story about life’s priorities. Read more

Christian apologists sometimes imagine that their various arguments fit together like puzzle pieces. Usually, they’re more like a house of cards. Read more

Has it ever seemed to you that less competent people rate their competence higher than it actually is, while more competent people humbly rate theirs lower? It’s not just your imagination. Read more

Kim Jong Un has a new haircut that’s all the buzz, and analysts are examining it for meaning. Reminds me of Christians turning over insignificant events for hidden messages from Someone else. Read more

The Design Argument (“Gee—the world looks so intricately put together!”) is popular but naïve and flawed. Here’s an exploration of that through a fictional discussion. Read more

A little thing like lack of evidence won’t stop Christian apologists from handwaving about why they’re justified in believing religious claims. Here’s how they get across Lessing’s Ditch. Read more

We come across claims all the time, some reasonable and some farfetched. An influential Enlightenment philosopher has a useful metaphor for deciding what to believe. Read more

Charles Darwin was a giant force within biology, but I don’t care what he wrote. Creationists, by contrast, care a lot. They apparently imagine that, if they can quote him out of context, they can cast doubt on the validity of evolution. Read more

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