The Holiness of God: Chapter 2 – Holy, Holy, Holy

Awhile back, I was explaining why I don’t get Christianity. A commenter suggested I read a book – “The Holiness of God” by RC Sproul [1985]. [Read more...]

The Holiness of God: Chapter 1 – The Holy Grail

Awhile back, I was explaining why I don’t get Christianity. A commenter suggested I read a book – “The Holiness of God” by RC Sproul [1985]. I was contemplating doing an audio book reading/commentary, but I think I’ll stick to writing. [Read more...]

Kevin Sorbo (from God’s Not Dead) rants at atheists. Father responds.

Kevin Sorbo played the ridiculous caricature of an atheist foil in the movie God’s Not Dead (which has been torn apart by plenty, but none so thoroughly as Dan Fincke).  Sorbo just took to the Conservative Tribune to rant on atheists. It turns out that Kevin Sorbo is definitely not a philosopher, despite playing a [Read More...]

Matt Dillahunty’s talk from the Unholy Trinity Tour.

Looks like a bit of a slow news day.  It’s probably just as well since I’m operating on very little sleep.  No worries!  There are some stories to write about and new videos to be watched.  Here’s Matt Dillahunty killing it on the Unholy Trinity Tour. [Read more...]

Communicating the odds of this universe.

While it’s certainly a goal of mine to understand the pro-god arguments, my primary goal is to be able to communicate why I don’t buy them clearly and to people who may not have four PhDs.  So I had a thought this morning about how to respond to a believer who says the odds of [Read More...]

An Attitude Problem

WWJTD’s current stationed preacher, Larry, in the inevitable digressions of any discussion with a theist, started talking about meaning and purpose. As usual, it’s difficult to even get across what our position tends to be. [Read more...]

Philosophy is not Dead

Dishearteningly, I hear frequently from my fellow godless hominids that “philosophy has nothing more to add to learning about the world. Science has taken over“. I don’t agree. Hopefully, it doesn’t take being hit by a car to convince you of this. [Read more...]

A Complete Rebuttal of Presuppositional Apologetics

The following is an exhaustive manifest of topics and subtopics will encompass the sum total of important materials rebutting what is known as “Presuppositional Apologetics”. [Read more...]

I don’t think Answers in Genesis quite gets science Pt. 3 (of 3)

In part 1 and part 2, I currently addressing this article from Answers in Genesis. I’m not too happy how part 2 came out. I was mostly grinding through dumb stuff, but this next part, which I’ve been itching to get to, has some interesting (to me, at least) topics. I probably should have just skipped [Read More...]

I don’t think Answers in Genesis quite gets science Pt. 2

Previously, I managed to address one sentence of this article from Answers in Genesis. We find that creationists often use the “correct” words – observation, testability, repeatability, falsifiability, etc – however, like the common layman confusion about the word “theory” as used in science, they often get the other words off-the-mark as well. [Read more...]


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