Let’s wrap up an analysis of a Christian rejection of the Problem of Evil and label an all-too-common Christian fallacy. Read more

An excellent infographic makes clear the problems caused by poor sex education. Read more

Let’s use a Christian response to the Problem of Evil to illustrate a common frustration: finding interesting and challenging Christian apologetic arguments. Read more

The Euthyphro dilemma is a venerable problem for the Christian apologist. They try to wriggle free, but they get squashed to the ground eventually. Read more

Ray Comfort’s “180” documentary spends little time arguing against abortion, and no time making coherent, intellectual arguments against abortion. What it does talk about is predictable. Read more

Our Christian apologist turns to the New Testament to try to reclaim God’s moral mandate on the issue of slavery. Read more

In an ongoing effort to let the Bible speak for itself, consider a recent post by a Christian apologist who energetically argues that biblical slavery and American slavery were very different. Read more

Why would I want to improve the stance of the pro-life position? Because there’s actually a lot of common ground, and we’re missing the chance to work together. Read more

The Ten Commandments is a short list, and it doesn’t cover all of God’s shenanigans. We’ll also compare God’s holy book against a much better source of morality. (And about God creating evil? That comes from the Bible.) Read more

If God gave Man the Ten Commandments, you’d think that he’d be the one who followed them the best. You’d be wrong. Perhaps God’s guiding principle is “do as I say, not as I do.” Read more

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