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And... I'm done

I have completed my project of summarizing and reorganizing Richard Carrier’s book, On the Historicity of Jesus: Why We Might Have Reason for Doubt. I very much hope that some of you find it useful or interesting. 68 more words

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There Was No Historical Jesus

Several weeks ago, I finished reading Richard Carrier’s book, On the Historicity of Jesus: Why We Might Have Reason for Doubt. This book has completely flipped my evaluation of the subject, and now instead of considering it more likely than not that there was a historical figure based on whom the Jesus mythology developed, I have now come to agree with Carrier that Jesus probably originated as a celestial deity that was later falsely placed in history. 147 more words

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Video: Evidence for God: Key Arguments for a Reasonable Faith | William Lane Craig

Dr. William Lane Craig summarizes key arguments for God’s existence at the 2014 Unbelievable? Conference in England.  The video provides some graphics making it visually interesting as well as intellectually stimulating.  190 more words


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