July 1, 2020

Bite-Size Reply #25: The Christian says: no one believes in the Flying Spaghetti Monster (unlike God), and the Christian claims have more textual support plus more support from nature. Let’s critique. Read more

June 29, 2020

Bite-Size Reply #24: whether evil from other people (murder, rape) or evil from nature (earthquakes, hurricanes), it’s your fault, not God’s. Anyway, you can’t declare something truly evil without God. Let’s discuss. Read more

June 27, 2020

Bite-Size Reply #23: the Christian says that the atheist must accept all moral claims as equally valid, has no grounding by which to accept some moral claims and reject others, and shouldn’t accept moral claims based on emotion. Let’s critique. Read more

June 24, 2020

Let’s critique more supposed myths in the Resurrection story: that there’s not enough evidence; and that the lost gospels shed new light on the Resurrection. Read more

June 22, 2020

The problem of divine hiddenness (if God exists, where the heck is he?) is my favorite challenge to Christians. William Lane Craig continues to make surprisingly empty arguments (concluded). Read more

June 19, 2020

The problem of divine hiddenness (if God exists, where the heck is he?) is my favorite challenge to Christians. William Lane Craig’s naive response is one that isn’t worthy of a scholar with two doctorates. Read more

June 17, 2020

The problem of evil (How can a good God allow so much evil in the world?) is many atheists’ favorite challenge to Christians. Craig tries to turn the argument around to show that it’s actually the atheist in the hot seat. Let’s critique. Read more

June 15, 2020

Let’s critique more supposed myths in the Resurrection story: that the story is just a legend, and that science proves resurrections impossible. Read more

June 13, 2020

Bite-Size Reply #22: the Christian argues that there’s both direct and indirect evidence for God, questions scientific explanations, and brings up Antony Flew as an example for atheists to follow. Let’s critique. Read more

June 11, 2020

Bite-Size Reply #21: the Christian argues that the earth is miraculously life sustaining, that it looks intelligently designed, and that the vastness of the universe is irrelevant. Let’s critique. Read more




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