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Jesus and Santa: a Parable on How We Dismiss Evidence

Santa and Jesus: two myths

Imagine two kids arguing about Santa. Defending Santa’s existence may be easier than you imagine. Indeed, rationalization can defend just about any belief, including belief in Jesus. [Read more...]

Why Worry About a God That Isn’t There?

What should atheists call themselves?

You don’t call yourself an a-unicornist. Or an a-Santaist. Why should people without a god belief call themselves a-theists? [Read more...]

Jesus and Santa

If you're determined to believe myths like Santa (or Jesus), it's not too hard to delude yourself

Imagine two kids arguing about Santa. Defending Santa’s existence may be easier than you imagine. Indeed, rationalization can defend just about any belief, including belief in Jesus. [Read more...]

God is as Believable as Unicorns

How do we handle claims of unicorns and other fanciful beasts? These don’t perplex us; we know what to do with them. Similarly, we know what to do with god claims. [Read more...]

Christianity Infantilizes Adults

Christians often reshape their view of life’s events to fit and bolster their Christian worldview, but the simple Christian explanation of God’s hand at work often leads to a bizarre conclusion when given a little thought. [Read more...]

Jesus and Santa Claus

Imagine two kids arguing about Santa. Defending Santa’s existence may be easier than you imagine. Indeed, rationalization can defend just about any belief, including belief in Jesus. [Read more...]

Why Worry About a God That Isn’t There?

You don’t call yourself an a-unicornist. Or an a-Santaist. Why call yourself an a-theist? [Read more...]


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