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The Problem with Probabilistic Arguments

One of the perennial problems of philosophy is the question of the existence of God. This question has traditionally revolved around the so-called “theistic proofs” and has a philosophical tradition going back at least to Plato. 1,572 more words


Does God Exist?

God’s Not Dead was released just over a year ago on March 21, 2014. It tells the story of a college student (Josh Wheaton) whose Christian faith is challenged by an atheist professor (Jeffrey Radisson). 695 more words


An Honest Conscience While Doubting Gods

Serendipity strikes again. This post by Colorstorm illustrates a particularly sadistic idea which is used to keep people feeling good about their faith. It starts with a… 930 more words


There Is A God by Antony Flew and Roy Abraham Varghese

It has been a while since I last posted a book review and I thought this would be a perfect one to start up again. My friends at the… 515 more words


No Apologies

A while ago, I ranted about Christian Apologists, those paragon polemics which defend their faith…with a good offense. At the time, I was only 4 months into being drowned in apologist arguments seeking to refute my horrible atheistic ways. 1,147 more words


C.S. Lewis Goes to the Gap

I used to think C.S. Lewis was a decent author. The Chronicles of Narnia were a good set of books that illustrated some of his views on Christianity quite nicely. 847 more words


New Post: Fine-Tuning Part I

I have just posted part one in a planned two-part series of essays on the so-called Fine-Tuning Argument. As I was writing my response to this argument, I realized that the supposedly fine-tuned parameters that are part of this argument really fall into two broad categories: those that are so obviously not fine-tuned that claiming they are should be embarrassing, and those about which there is legitimate, interesting debate about. 50 more words

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