Guest Post by Cavin on Cavin, McGrew, and the Twin Theory

Greg Cavin asked me to post on his behalf the attached PDF file concerning Timothy McGrew's claim (that Cavin allegedly requires no mention of the twin theory in his debates on the resurrection because Cavin doesn't want to be reminded it was once his position).PDF file … [Read more...]

Upcoming Debate on Jesus’ Resurrection on May 2nd

Robert Greg Cavin and Calum Miller will debate the historicity of Jesus' resurrection again at Biola University on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 6pm Pacific Daylight Time (PDT).LINKThe event WILL be livestreamed; it will cost $5 to watch.As an aside: I 100% support the decision to charge this fee. Most people have no clue about the cost of the IT infrastructure and support staff required to make technological things like this possible. I hope no one accuses apologetics.com of some … [Read more...]

Video: Who Says Christians Can’t Do Rap Music?

This isn't new, but it still cracks me up.I never said this was good rap music. … [Read more...]

LINK: Daniel Howard-Snyder’s New Critique of J.L. Schellenberg’s Argument from Non-Culpable Nonbelief

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YouTube Video of Today’s Miller-Cavin Debate on Jesus’ Resurrection

Here is the link to the YouTube video of today's debate between Callum Miller and Robert Greg Cavin on the historicity of Jesus' resurrection.Also, the Secular Outpost YouTube Channel has a playlist for all of Cavin's debates on Jesus' resurrection.Related Links:MUST READ: Greg Cavin’s Case Against the Resurrection of Jesus Cavin and Colombetti on the Resurrection of Jesus Part 1: The Anti-Resurrection Prior Probability Argument Cavin and Colombetti on the Resurrection o … [Read more...]

Link: Can Atheism Be Properly Basic?

The academic blog The Prosblogion has a very interesting post by Nik Peels on whether atheism can be properly basic. I see that commenters include several of the regular commenters on this blog.LINK … [Read more...]

Graham Oppy: 60 Years On: Academic Atheist Philosophers Then & Now

Great overview of the history of academic atheist philosophy of religion over the last 60 years.LINK … [Read more...]

A Key Difference between Science and Religion

In science, we ask, "What's the evidence?", before believing. Only religion* asks us to believe first and consider the evidence later, if ever.Two clarifications:1. I am not claiming that all religions do this. Rather, I'm claiming that if/when this happens, it only seems to happen in the context of religion. (If I've missed any non-religious examples of this, please let me know and I will issue a correction!)2. Nor am I making the scientistic claim that the only way to know … [Read more...]


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