Reading Time: 18 minutes Most atheists hold far less polarized views than do the most visible atheists online. But online atheists fuel the negative stereotype of atheists overall.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Still relying on old standbys like ad hominem and tu quoque? Well, that’s bad and you should feel bad. The new hotness has arrived.
Reading Time: 2 minutes My debate analysis: Biden had absolutely everything to lose from the debate and lost nothing. Trump had everything to gain from that debate and gained nothing. Nobody gained anything. Nobody lost anything, really. It didn’t change a thing. Those mad people who love Trump seem to think he did amazingly because his performance was as […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes America, and to some degree the rest of the world, are waiting with bated breath as to the outcome of the debate tonight between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Of course, only Biden has anything to lose so the event is more important to him than to Trump. Trump can do anything and his supporter […]
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Reading Time: < 1 minute Blinky and Spatsby hold differing political views. However, they are able to maintain a completely normal conversation. For modern standards.
Reading Time: 3 minutes I get into lots of arguments on the internet. I think they are the inspiration for the majority of my blogging content. When I came across this video, it characterized my interactions with the alt-right and fascists on the internet with astonishing accuracy. Perhaps it will remind you of some interactions you’ve had in the […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Here is a reminder of a debate I had on morality and God some time back at the University of Southampton: Let me know what you think. I was invited to University of Southampton by their Athiest Society to do a team debate against Christian philosopher Peter S. Williams, together with third-year philosophy student Miriam Animashaun. […]
Reading Time: 6 minutes Some time ago, I had my first public debate, hosted by the Reasonable Doubts podcast and radio show. Check out my book on the subject The Nativity: A ‘critical Examination. As I posted a couple of years back: My pre-recorded debate with Randal Rauser, a Christian apologist from Canada, is available for your listening pleasure. Let […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute I will be debating Christian philosopher Peter S. Williams at Southampton University this Thursday night, the title being “Is God Required for Morality?” Peter is actually a friend of mine from the early days of The Tippling Philosophers. He is a published philosopher (I have critiqued one of his books – check out the menu […]