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

Let’s conclude our exploration of this new argument for Christianity. The Argument from Mathematics argues that math’s ability to explain reality is so extraordinary that it demands a divine explanation. Read more

Here’s a new argument for Christianity: math’s ability to explain reality is so extraordinary that it demands a divine explanation. Read more

A plausible natural explanation beats the supernatural explanation. But even when you have an implausible explanation, it can still look a lot more reasonable. Read more

The Great Commission stands in the way of Christianity being a healthy force within society, but here are four reasons why the Great Commission doesn’t apply to Christians. Read more

The Discovery Institute produced a video about C.S. Lewis and science. Their agenda showed through. Read more

A Christian blogger offers six suggestions to improve the rhetorical position of Christians arguing against same-sex marriage. I agree with him that the Christian has an uphill battle, but I don’t agree that these suggestions make his argument any more palatable. Read more

A Christian blogger came up with an intriguing experiment to explore whether it makes sense for Christian bakers to refuse to bake for gay weddings. See if you’re more impressed than I was. Read more

This is the second part of a dissection of the apologetic “Who would die for a lie?” that argues that the apostles’ deaths are strong evidence that the Jesus story is true. Not only is there scant historical evidence for their martyrdoms, but other elements of the argument smell fishy. Read more

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