July 11, 2016

William Lane Craig has linked the existence of God to the existence of objective moral values. He’s also given us a definition for those values, but is that definition objectively true? Let’s put it to the test. Read more

July 9, 2016

Some Christians argue both sides of the reason issue. Is reason God’s greatest gift … or (as Martin Luther argued) is it Satan’s tool to deceive us? Here is the thinking from an experience pastor. Read more

July 6, 2016

Our brains are surprisingly imperfect, and a certain category of puzzles highlights that imperfection. They’re quick and easy—or so they seem. See how you do. Read more

July 4, 2016

A critique of Ray Comfort’s new Christian apologetics book, concluded. Here is a collection of some of Ray’s claims that are too crazy to let pass without a rebuttal. Read more

July 1, 2016

Back and forth we go, arguing about who’s right on moral issues. I know of no easy solution to that problem, but I can offer insights into WHY liberals and conservatives differ. The key is seeing the individual components of morality. Read more

June 29, 2016

Take a look at our national motto, “In God We Trust.” Not only does it disenfranchise non-Christians, it steps on the Constitution. When pressed, Christian supporters admit the problem. We must return to E Pluribus Unum. Read more

June 27, 2016

We continue with our critique of Ray Comfort’s new book. Find out why Ray feels justified in denying atheists political power and see how he does when he takes his own Ten Commandments Challenge®. Read more

June 25, 2016

How common are Christian end-times predictions? Perhaps more common than you think. “The end is nigh!” is a prediction with a long history of backpedaling. Read more

June 23, 2016

We continue with our critique of Ray Comfort’s new book. Ray fills us in on how atheists think and opens up about how hurt he’s been with other critiques. (I doubt this one will cheer him up.) Read more

June 21, 2016

Ray Comfort signed a copy of his new book to me. It’d just be rude to ignore the opportunity to critique it. Read more

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