July 1, 2021

Christianity is not simple—its holy book is huge. Doesn’t that complexity reveal something? The message from a real god would be simple. Read more

June 28, 2021

Imagine a thought experiment in which Christians try to convert Muslims. Muslims are excellent candidates for conversion since they already embrace the supernatural, accept much of the Old Testament, and even see Jesus as a prophet. What could possibly go wrong? Read more

June 24, 2021

Which worldview makes the most sense of reality? We’ll test Christianity and atheism with morality, the human mind, the growth of religion, and more. Read more

June 20, 2021

Theism and naturalism are two great worldviews that reach incompatible conclusions. Look where each is pointing, compare that with reality, and see which one makes the most sense of the evidence. Read more

June 17, 2021

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 just a placebo.) Read more

June 14, 2021

A Christian responds to attacks on the Kalam Argument: your explanation requires another explanation, God has no “but what created God?” infinite regress, and more. Read more

June 10, 2021

A Christian responds to attacks on the Kalam Argument: there was no First Cause before time, metaphysical truth claims aren’t well established, and Yahweh isn’t the only option for the Creator. Read more

June 7, 2021

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

June 3, 2021

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

May 31, 2021

You have an argument that ends with no agreement, but months or years later, facts prove you right. So at least you have the satisfaction of an admission that you were correct, right? Rarely. But here’s how to increase those chances. Read more

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