February 27, 2019

A Christian blogger, concerned about false charges of contradiction in the Bible, has proposed 10 principles to correctly evaluate the Bible. However, they may not take us where he wants us to go. Read more

February 22, 2019

Christian apologists sometimes imagine that their various arguments fit together like puzzle pieces. Usually, they’re more like a stack of blocks. Read more

February 19, 2019

Kim Jong Un got a new haircut that was all the buzz, with analysts examining it for meaning. Reminds me of Christians turning over insignificant events for hidden messages from Someone else. Read more

February 15, 2019

The Design Argument (“Gee! The world looks too complicated to not have a designer!”) is popular but naïve and flawed. Here’s an exploration of that through a fictional discussion. Read more

February 13, 2019

The Bible is full of contradictions, anachronisms, and embarrassments. How do Christians respond? Let’s evaluate the tactics they use (3 of 3). Read more

February 11, 2019

The Bible is full of contradictions, anachronisms, and embarrassments. How do Christians respond? Let’s evaluate the tactics they use (2 of 3). Read more

February 9, 2019

The Bible is full of contradictions, anachronisms, and embarrassments. How do Christians respond? Let’s evaluate the tactics they use. Read more

February 7, 2019

A little thing like lack of evidence won’t stop Christian apologists from handwaving about why they’re justified in believing religious claims. Here’s how they get across Lessing’s Ditch. Read more

February 4, 2019

Progressive revelation was supposed to resolve some Bible contradictions, but it creates far more problems than it solves. When God’s truth changes over time, what unchanging moral and theological foundation can the Christian point to? Read more

February 1, 2019

Christians have a trick up their sleeve when it comes to Bible contradictions. The story isn’t stumbling forward, changing over time. Y’see—that’s actually part of God’s plan! Let’s analyze. Read more

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