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25 Stupid Arguments Christians Should Avoid

“I can’t believe the stupidity of some of my followers”

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these arguments. [Read more...]

The Ontological Argument: Something From Nothing

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Can Christian apologists really wish God into existence? [Read more...]

“I Used to be an Atheist, Just Like You”

A gravity potential. Once you fall in, it’s hard to get out.

I can believe that you used to be an atheist. It’s the “just like you” part that I’m having a problem with. If you’d been just like me, you wouldn’t make apologetic arguments to which I have an easy rebuttal. [Read more...]

Back from the Reason Rally

I spent an interesting few days at the Reason Rally and that American Atheist conference. Here are some highlights. [Read more...]

Post #100

It’s post #100! Time to take stock of where we’ve been and where we’re going. [Read more...]

500 Eyewitnesses to the Risen Christ? Not likely.

In 1 Cor. 15:6, Paul claims that 500 people saw Jesus risen after his crucifixion. This verse is popular among apologists who imagine this as strong evidence that the crucifixion is historical. However, this argument crumbles under scrutiny. [Read more...]

It’s Launch Day for my Book, Cross Examined!

It’s launch day for “Cross Examined: An Unconventional Spiritual Journey”! This novel argues that if God exists, he made Reason to be used. There are many nonfiction books that discuss apologetics and many novels with atheist characters, but this may be the first novel that pulls in apologetic arguments both for and against Christianity, with the debate taking on the role of an additional character. [Read more...]

Give Something Thought Provoking for Christmas

What do you get those hard-to-buy-for people on your Christmas list? Let me make a shameless plug: buy my new book! It’s a novel about the Christian/atheist debate that wrestles with the most popular apologetic arguments. [Read more...]

Word of the Day: Apologetics

It’s time we define one of the most important words in our area of interest. [Read more...]

Lee Strobel’s Fragile Argument

Lee Strobel imagines that he takes a tough journalistic attitude to the Christian message and that evidence shows it to be correct. But a little investigation shows that his case is flimsy. [Read more...]


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