Best of WWJTD?

For a super secret project I need to compile a Best of WWJTD list.

Are there any posts I’ve done that have stuck out to you?  Any you have bookmarked?

Help me out!

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About JT Eberhard

When not defending the planet from inevitable apocalypse at the rotting hands of the undead, JT is a writer and public speaker about atheism, gay rights, and more. He spent two and a half years with the Secular Student Alliance as their first high school organizer. During that time he built the SSA’s high school program and oversaw the development of groups nationwide. JT is also the co-founder of the popular Skepticon conference and served as the events lead organizer during its first three years.

  • Art Vandelay

    I can’t seem to find it via the search but one that really stuck out to me was on the recent case of the Hickmans…the faith healers in Washington that got like 5 years for trying to pray their newborn to health. The central point was that although most religious people condemn the shit out of those Christain Scientists, anyone who promotes the idea of faith as a virtue helps to breed an environment where that can happen. I thought it was brilliant.

  • Rory

    I’m probably biased due to how recent it was, but your post on being a reluctant warrior for atheism really resonated with me.

  • Johnnykaje

    Pretty much all the recent Jessica Ahlquist ones, especially the one that countered myths about the Establishment Clause, and the Skepticon speech.

  • MJtheProphet

    I’ve bookmarked the transcript of Dear Christian, as well as What a Savior Looks Like.

  • Katie Tims

    The posts where you sum up arguments Christians use. I don’t argue with Christians enough to remember them all, and it’s nice to have them all in one place.

    Also…. Mt. Dew Mice.

  • Ani Sharmin

    In addition to what the others suggested (Dear Christian, What a Savior Looks Like, The twelve basic arguments for God, defenses of Jessica Ahlquist) I would suggest The Gay Marriage Arguments, Why I’m Not a Christian, An Old Letter about “true” ™ Christianity, your talk at the SSA event about the importance of high school secular groups and what you’ve seen during your job, and your talk about Mental Illness at Skepticon.

  • Ani Sharmin

    Also: Hope is best found in reason. (I don’t remember if some of the ones I’ve suggested were ever at WWJTD or just at your old blog.)

  • Drakk

    Dear Christian is what immediately comes to mind.

  • Peter N

    I love all your posts (well, the gaming stuff is slightly mystifying…), but there was one that really stood out for me — Rules of Engagement. I always find it hard, when discussing religion with believers, to handle being put on the defensive. Your essay really gave me the tools to blow past smug assumptions and level the field by demanding that all parties justify their beliefs.

    “If your position will not change in the face of contradictory evidence, then you are not searching for the truth.”

  • otocump

    Dear Christian and everything you’ve written on Poly so far.

  • Michaelyn

    Reluctant Warrior.

  • Carina De Almeida

    Reluctant Warrior