Necrometrics and 20th Century Atrocities
(Redated post originally published on 15 April 2015) I just discovered this site. It appears to be a very sincere attempt at providing an objective review of the historical evidence. The author has also compiled his research into a book, which has been very favorably reviewed on Amazon.
Mass Murder and Atheism
(Redated post originally published on 16 August 2012) I’ve been thinking about the relationship between religion and morality again. I recently read yet another editorial that blames atheism for the mass slaughters committed by Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, Pol Pot, Mao Tse Tung, and so forth. They have a point. While it is entirely debatable whether … Mass Murder and Atheism
Does William Lane Craig Actually Believe in Evil?
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Taylor Carr republished on The Secular Outpost with permission. The original post may be found on his blog, The Godless Skeptic. If it’s right for someone to permit some event, then his action is just right… On my view, the wrongness of an action is determined by its being forbidden by God. An … Does William Lane Craig Actually Believe in Evil?
Not this Again!
John Mark Reynolds, Provost of Houston Baptist University, has posted an essay reasserting the old canard that atheism is the cause of mass murder. Reynolds commits all the usual fallacies of those who make this claim. For instance, though he notes that correlation is not the same thing as cause, here is what he says … Not this Again!