October 22, 2016

Part 3 of a 3-part series: how religious faith subverts the decision making process. (Guest post by Richard S. Russell) Read more

October 21, 2016

Part 2 of a 3-part series: the 8 processes by which decisions are made. (Guest post by Richard S. Russell) Read more

October 20, 2016

We decide things all the time, but how smart are our decisions? We can improve by exploring the decision-making process. (Guest post by Richard S. Russell) Read more

October 17, 2016

Say you have an argument that ends with no agreement. Months or years later, facts prove you right. So at least you have the satisfaction of an admission that you were correct, right? Of course not—it rarely works that way. But here’s how to get your “I told you so.” Read more

October 14, 2016

A Christian scholar reports that Christians are Christian because they had good father figures and atheists are atheists because they had bad father figures. Let’s explore the failures in this offensive claim. Read more

October 12, 2016

My own journey from religion was easy, so I’m fascinated by the stories of people who had a more difficult path. “Women Beyond Belief” looks into the distinctive journeys from Christianity taken by women. Read more

October 10, 2016

Many Christian apologists charge atheists with having a bleak worldview (perhaps to divert attention from their worldview not having any evidence). Surprisingly, there’s an atheist who also makes the “bleak” argument. Let’s investigate. Read more

October 7, 2016

Do you follow what the Bible says about homosexuality? Be consistent. Given the Bible’s concern about the sin of lending with interest, THAT is where the Christian’s focus should be. Read more

October 3, 2016

Let’s conclude our critique of 13 prophecies from Hugh Ross of the Reasons to Believe ministry (part 5). Read more

September 30, 2016

I’m a bit surprised that I wind up agreeing with apologist Greg Koukl on a matter of biblical interpretation. Nevertheless, that doesn’t put his argument against homosexuality in a very good light. Read more

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