Reading Time: 4 minutes Mike Winger, a Christian preacher who runs a giant online ministry, recently said believers should listen to the voices in their heads if they believe God is telling them to kill someone. It was a reference to the biblical story of Abraham, who is told by God in Genesis 22 to kill his son Isaac as […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes The moral argument. The cosmological argument. The transcendental argument. These are all deist arguments, which don’t argue for a god who interacts with his creation.
Reading Time: 4 minutes A worldview is important enough that it needs a rigorous critique. You don’t want to select one on a whim. How does Christianity decide what’s true?
Reading Time: 9 minutes Catholic morality is nothing but a smokescreen to keep the flocks’ attention away from Catholic hypocrisy. It may sound very pretty. It’s meant to. But its beauty is barely skin-deep. Those high-falutin’ ideals dissolve on contact with a priest collar.
Reading Time: 11 minutes Josh McDowell was once a power player in the evangelical crony network. Now, he’s been cast out. Come see it happen in realtime.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Today, let’s review The Great Divorce — and get an idea of how its ideas have unfortunately infested Christians’ thinking today.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Today, I’ve got a little treat for us: a self-proclaimed apologist who has never met a logical fallacy he didn’t love on sight. Let’s go through his recent apologetics post and see which ones we can spot!
Reading Time: 15 minutes But I’m attached to this CARM post we’ll cover today. It’s just such a nonstop, rollicking Gish gallop of zinger attempts. Evangelicals greatly respect zingers, perhaps because they’re so unrelentingly bad at them. So this post promises us some entertainment.
Reading Time: 7 minutes We’re about to start a new topic that I expect to last a while: 1st-century writers. First, though, let me show you why this topic is so important to me. See, these 1st-century writers’ utter silence about one particular subject rattled my faith in Christianity in a way that I would never recover.
Reading Time: 7 minutes In my last post, we looked at four (bad) arguments for the existence of God presented by Tim Keller in Chapter 8 of The Reason for God. I call them the Argument from Inexplicability, the Argument from Fabricated Probabilities, the Argument from Wishing, and the Argument from Regularity. As I’ve often pointed out, not only are […]