Christian philosopher Stephen J. Graham argues against those who say there are no honest atheists. He cites yours truly as an example of an honest atheist. LINK I’m truly grateful for the kind words. I also want to point I have a lot of respect for Graham because he does not shy away from criticizing … Stephen J. Graham on Honest Atheists
(Redated post originally published on 19 November 2011) This is old news, but cries out for a comment. According to The Christian Post, Josh McDowell has declared the Internet to be the greatest threat to Christians. As the editor of an Internet anthology rebutting McDowell’s book Evidence That Demands a Verdict, I naturally found this … Apologist Josh McDowell: Internet the Greatest Threat to Christians
(Redated post originally published on 13 December 2011) This looks like a nice one-page summary of the logical form of the various atheological arguments in his book, On the Nature and Existence of God. LINK
Richard Dawkins recently re-tweeted a tweet that is so obviously false, one has to ask, “What was he thinking when he posted it?” I’m not going to embed the tweet here which is arguably NSFW, but I’ll provide a link and describe it. It has two photos. On the left is a picture of Matt Taylor, … What Was Richard Dawkins Thinking?
This is one of those debates where you really have to get into the details just to arrive at an informed position. I’ve read his rebuttal, but so much time has passed that I will need to re-read his book chapter (yes, I did read it), Barnes’ posts, and my commentary before I can even decide … Dr. Richard Carrier’s Rebuttal to My Commentary on His Exchange with Dr. Luke Barnes about the Fine-Tuning Argument
Stephen J. Graham is a Christian philosopher, so it’s refreshing to find him criticizing J.P. Moreland’s astonishingly low bar for believing miracle claims. LINK
According to this atheist, the answer is “no.” LINK