Kalam I: Why the Big Bang isn’t evidence of God

Craig’s second argument in Reasonable Faith, is probably the one he’s most famous for, the Kalam cosmological argument. He begins by arguing: [Read more...]

The Leibnizian cosmological argument (as told by William Lane Craig)

Here is the first argument Craig gives in Reasonable Faith, which he calls the “Leibnizian cosmological argument” (pp. 106-111): [Read more...]

Next up: Everything I have to say about William Lane Craig

William Lane Craig is professional philosopher who’s known for his arguments for the existence of God… and also a charlatan who’s made excuses for genocide and is in the habit of telling lies about people who disagree with him. [Read more...]

Are you a postcast listener? Give me input on creating mine

Hey everybody, I’m planning soon-ish to start doing a podcast series based around me interviewing, well, whoever is both (a) someone I think would be interesting and (b) will agree to be interviewed. But I’m not a huge listener of podcasts, so I want people who are to give me input on how to do [Read More...]

Arguments for the existence of God: put up or shut up

Over the last two weeks, I’ve been doing a series of posts on arguments for the existence of God. I was thinking the next post would be on Bayesian arguments for the existence of God, but I’ve already done that post. While I may want to tweak it at some point, the current version is [Read More...]

God gave me a gift? Bullshit

Via Facebook: [Read more...]

Apparently, PZ didn’t read Sandberg and Bostrom very carefully

So… when I first read PZ’s recent post on uploading, it wasn’t quite clear what his objections were, but I thought maybe he had some good points. But reading his responses in the comments thread, it quickly becomes clear that while PZ claims to have read Sandberg and Bostrom’s paper, he must not have read [Read More...]

Clarifications on uploading

PZ has written a reply to my post on brain uploading. I think he gets some things definitely wrong, but in this post, I just want to make a few clarifications that I should have made in my original post: [Read more...]

Weekend recap

This week, I continued my series on arguments for the existence of God. The most popular post this week was “Why atheists don’t think the Bible is historically reliable.” The series also included a post on Aquinas’ five ways and other classic arguments, as well as an aside on the connection between arguments for the [Read More...]


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