… is that they only lead to more questions.
There’s a wonderful website called “Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia” and the group’s mission is the fix the Wikipedia pages of people and issues concerning science and pseudoscience.
For example, they make sure articles about, say, astrology only include claims with credible citations. (Not an easy task.) They also improve the pages of notable skeptics so that people looking for information about them can find it.
Pastor Doug Hagler has had a lot of Christians tell him about their supernatural experiences. Hagler believes in God. He believes in miracles, too. But those moments never seem to happen to him… so what should he make of that?
In a post that could very well have been written by an atheist, Hagler runs though a variety of thoughts he’s had over the years concerning other people’s “magical experiences” (emphases his):
The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses how to handle saying oaths with the words “So Help Me God” at the end.
In an interview with the “Freedom From Atheism Foundation,” Mike Dobbins spoke with two of the administrators of the Christian Facebook page for “victims of militant atheism.”
Check out how Dr. Jim Ryan complains about the Freedom From Religion Foundation: