Monthly Archives: July 2013

Kentucky’s school prayer petition makes blatantly false claims

The American Family Association of Kentucky has put up a petition to put prayer back in Kentucky schools. They claim that the law is ok because Florida and Mississippi have passed similar laws, though I suspect it is just a … Continue reading

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Prophecy is bad argument for god.

When I have debates with theists I often ask what evidence there is to convince us there is a god, if the conversation goes on long enough eventually they will bring up bible prophecy that predicts events before they happen … Continue reading

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Another article claiming the army is persecuting Christians.

An editorial posted yesterday on The Washington Times’ website claims that Christians are being discriminated against in the military. The author quotes information recently posted by Family Research Council. A strange claim, since I have often heard from atheists I … Continue reading

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Rabbi Jonathan Sacks is concerned about the lack of philosophical nuance he sees in the new atheists.

I ran across the following article today on the spectator. Chief Rabbi: atheism has failed. Only religion can defeat the new barbarians Sacks starts his article with a quote, “On the surface, he’s profound, but deep down, he’s superficial,” which … Continue reading

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Atheist monument is “awkward”

Columnist tom hoopes from the catholic vote website has written a rather trite top 10 list criticizing the monument that the American Atheists put up recently. For those unfamiliar with the back story you can read more about it here … Continue reading

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Switched to Disqus for comments

I’ve been working on a few technical changes on my blog recently to make things more accessible and user friendly.  One thing in particular that has always bugged me is the comments system on blogger. It’s functional but pretty light … Continue reading

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