April 18, 2017

A just-released documentary attempts to give young-earth Creationists some scientific rationalization for conclusions that come from the Bible. Let’s see how well they stand up to reality. Read more

April 16, 2017

Christian apologists will tell you that the differences between the resurrection stories in the four gospels are unimportant. They might even say that the differences add authenticity. Guess again. (This is a guest post by long-time commenter Richard S. Russell.) Read more

April 14, 2017

The Easter story is the Bible’s punch line. It’s said to be the solution to Mankind’s primary problem. But untangle the elements of the story, and you’ll see that the gospels radically disagree with each other. Read more

April 12, 2017

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these arguments (part 13). Read more

April 10, 2017

Lee Strobel’s “The Case for Christ” isn’t the only high-profile story of an atheist-turned-Christian. What if there were a way to make Christians wary of the next ex-atheist author with a conversion story and a book to sell? I may have found one. Read more

April 8, 2017

Lee Strobel’s wildly successful Christian apologetics book series “The Case for Christ” (etc.) is now a movie. See what amounts to strong Christian evidence to this no-nonsense journalist. Read more

April 6, 2017

Mormonism’s textual reliability is far better than the Bible’s (Part 1), but let’s now consider the other side of the issue. What does the skeptic say about the truth of Mormonism? And what lessons can we learn about what makes a successful religion? Read more

April 3, 2017

Christians invent, without evidence, new properties for God. Let’s consider a couple of them and see the unfortunate consequences that befall God. Read more

March 31, 2017

Run through the list of arguments for the evidence of Christianity, and you’ll find that the Mormon evidence beats each one. If Christians are serious about these arguments, must they then accept Mormonism? Read more

March 29, 2017

Here’s a simple argument that concludes, “Probably, all gods are manmade.” Consider the premises to see if it holds up. Read more

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