William Lane Craig is a strong candidate for the greatest living proponent of natural theology. But that’s because serious philosophers have almost entirely abandoned natural theology. A guide to Craig’s track record of dishonesty and fundamentalist lunacy.
Dealing with a Christian who insists asking for evidence is self-defeating.
Sye Ten Bruggencate makes Bill O’Reilly look smart. So how does he manage to make a living as a full-time apologist? Could young-earth creationism be the answer?
If only more Christians knew what the Bible really says about prayer…
A week ago, Greta Christina posted an article she had written that originally appeared in Free Inquiry on the difference between infighting and healthy debate. Her suggested criteria are mostly very good, with a couple I’d quibble with and a couple that look hopeless.
Because I haven’t tangled with presuppositional apologetics in awhile.
I think one of my all-time favorite atheist quotes has to be this:
I wouldn’t deny for a moment that the Bible says some messed-up things about sex, including that men who have sex with men should be killed, and that if you even look at a woman the wrong way, it’s as bad as committing adultery. But I think many people would be surprised by what the [...]
A reader (who I think wishes to remain anonymous, but is welcome to identify himself in the comments) very generously volunteered to take the time to convert my first book (which takes on Christian apologists over the resurrection) into a variety of e-reader formats, including EPUB (most e-readers), MOBI (for Amazon Kindle), and a couple [...]
I have now spent a year of my life in Asia. I have seen the world’s largest solid-gold Buddha statue (so shinny, I failed to take a glare-free picture of it!):