This article is a response to a response. Specifically, this article is a response to this article by SJ Thomason, a.k.a. “Christian Apologist” who wrote her article in response to this article by “mrozatheist”. I realize both posts are somewhat older but I felt I needed to add my 2 cents because the 10 good reasons to believe in God that Thomason provides are actually 10 bad reasons to believe in God.Continue reading “10 bad reasons to believe in God”
Grasping at straws
I am well aware that online news outlets use a method called “clickbaiting“, to encourage users to visit their site. Most of the time it is annoying, sometimes it leads to interesting articles but there are also times where it just goes too far. On Twitter, I saw a link to an article entitled “Newly revealed discovery provides scientific evidence for biblical account of Jesus’ crucifixion“. The editor, Chris Enloe, is either a master clickbaiter or he is desperately grasping at straws by using a find in Northern Italy as scientific evidence for the biblical account of the crucifixion of Jesus.
What is the best argument for the existence of God?
What is the best argument for the existence of God? I found an article with that very title on the site of Answers in Genesis. I had hopes that this might be an article with some substance but as I’ll explain here, it wasn’t. The article was written by Dr. Jason Lisle, an astrophysicist and Christian. There is also a page dedicated to him on RationalWiki. Clearly a man who would be able to construct a rational, well-argued case for the existence of God.
Jesus Never Existed Says New Report That Finds No Mention Of Christ In 126 Historical Texts
— Read on www.inquisitr.com/1504964/jesus-never-existed/
Why do atheists lie to themselves?
I made the tweet below as a kind of joke. I liked the contrast between the words “fallen” and “risen”. In reply I got a tweet from the account of “Inspired Walk“, a Christian apologetics site which contained a link to a video entitled “Why do atheists lie to themselves?”. I have commented on their stuff before and found it to be thoroughly unconvincing.
— The Crusty Sceptic (@CSceptical) August 27, 2017
So let’s have a look at “Why do atheists lie to themselves?” and then see if there’s anything to it, shall we?
Book review: Atheism for Muslims
Several weeks ago, Adam Wadi, the author of “Atheism for Muslims: A guide to questioning Islam, religion and God for a better future” contacted me through my blog. He wanted to alert me that his book was available for free for a limited time because he felt I might be interested in it, considering other reviews I wrote about atheism related books. We had a pleasant exchange over email and I promised him to leave a review. It took me a while to finish the book (due to personal circumstances) but here is my book review: Atheism for Muslims.