Reading Time: 2 minutes Christians defend their belief in a number of ways. One of these is called “presuppositional apologetics”. Any attempt to discuss religion with these people in any conventional sense of the term is almost impossible. The upshot of their opinion is that only the existence of a god enables the logic and reason we all use. […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Undesigned coincidences—an exciting new apologetic argument? Or an uninspired artifact of manmade literature that cuts both ways?
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.