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A Flawed Analogy to Morality

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Leah Libresco has hit the ball back over the net in our conversation on morality. I respond to her comments, including a challenge that I am actually appealing to an external standard. [Read more...]

Objective Morality Reconsidered

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Leah Libresco (of Unequally Yoked) has commented on my blog post about objective morality. She raises some good points, which is an opportunity to explore this subject further. [Read more...]

Getting off Mount Atheism

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Here’s an interesting analogy that gives a new perspective on different worldviews and how we move from one to another, trying to find the one that explains reality best. [Read more...]

How Could an Atheist Convert to Christianity?

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I’ve argued that well-informed atheists can’t be moved by intellectual arguments for religion. Let’s test that by examining three high-profile ex-atheists. What made them convert, and what does that say about my hypothesis? [Read more...]

Should an Atheist Pray?

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A worldwide experiment will start in a week in which atheists pray for God to reveal himself. I’ve decided to participate, but does it make any sense for an atheist to pray? (If I’m making a mistake, talk me out of it!) [Read more...]


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