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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...]

Word of the Day: Russell’s Teapot

Before the Flying Spaghetti Monster, before the Invisible Pink Unicorn, was Bertrand Russell’s orbiting teapot. This is the classic thought experiment that exercises our ability to distinguish the plausibly real from the merely unfalsifiable. [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...]

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...]

Burden of Proof

The idea of the burden of proof is fundamental to the “Does God exist?” question. And it’s an idea that we comfortably use every day to separate sensible from nutty claims. [Read more...]


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