Tagged: Apologetics

6 Bible Difficulties Answered (almost)

A while back, I put a long comment on a Buzzfeed article entitled 7 Shocking Bible Verses You Probably Won’t Hear In Church. Since then, it has become the most popular comment, so I thought I’d reproduce it and expand on it here. The graphics on...

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If God exists, why so many religions?

My skeptic friend at the Facebook group  Atheism vs Christianity (no holds barred) is at it again (see my last post), asking me questions. I guess that’s a good thing. However, every time I look for a nice canned answer already written by some apologist, I find...

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40 Questions to Ask a Christian REVISITED

Former Christian and now atheist Cara has a blog at Think Atheist, and posted this list of questions (questions originally posted by Thomas Swan) and how she would have answered them as a Christian. I’m not sure if these answers now seem inadequate to her,...

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Why the Evil God Challenge Fails

In The Evil God Challenge – Flipping Arguments, I attempted to outline Stephen Law’s argument against the existence of a good God. In this post, I present the arguments that undermine Law’s argument. Enjoy. 1. Theodicies are NOT arguments FOR a good God. In the...

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The Evil God Challenge – Flipping Arguments

In a recent, highly publicized series of debates in the U.K. between William Lane Craig, Christian philosopher and apologist, and a series of atheists, resulted in some very interesting outcomes. One new emphasis that came from the seemingly exhausted subject of God’s existence was what...

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