November 15, 2016

Apologist Frank Turek confuses reason with Absolute Reason. The human brain is fallible (who could argue?), but Turek fails when he imagines that Christians can explain things while atheists can’t. Actually, it’s the other way around. Read more

November 11, 2016

Frank Turek argues that the fine tuning of the cosmological constants argues in favor of theism. Let’s take a look. Read more

November 9, 2016

Jesus makes bold claims for prayer, and Christian parents often teach their children to pray at a very young age. But is it responsible to trust this awesome power to children? It is, but only because we know that prayer is nothing more than a placebo. Read more

November 7, 2016

Let’s revisit the popular Christian apologetic, the Kalam argument, by investigating rebuttals to 11 objections. See if they’re effective, and see how much of my original argument remains. (3 of 3) Read more

November 4, 2016

Frank Turek uses the acronym CRIMES to organize the six arguments he makes for theism in a recent book. Let’s examine them one by one. Read more

November 2, 2016

Let’s revisit the popular Christian apologetic, the Kalam argument, by investigating rebuttals to 11 objections. See if they’re effective, and see how much of my original argument remains. (2 of 3) Read more

October 31, 2016

Let’s revisit the popular Christian apologetic, the Kalam argument, by investigating rebuttals to 11 objections. See if they’re effective, and see how much of my original argument remains. Read more

October 28, 2016

Pro-life Christians, think about the consequences of your conclusions. One small idea, which sounds noble by itself, leads millions down a questionable political path. Read more

October 26, 2016

Jack Chick, the twisted mastermind behind hundreds of millions of Chick tracts, has gone to his maker. Let’s explore one of his tracts to see how well it matches with reality. Read more

October 25, 2016

Another blogger has created a video to respond to Frank Turek’s latest apologetic project. Take a look. Read more

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