Polite Canadian takes on Presuppositionalists

Without a doubt, the most irritating and frustrating conversation one can have about religion is one with a presuppositionalist. It’s the rather confusing assertion that a pre-requisite for all knowledge claims anywhere ever is a believe in god. It’s another example of apologetics as conversation stopper: you must explain to me how X is possible […]

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A Fascinating Experiment in Debate

Apparently, Eric Hovind — a young-Earth creationist minister in Florida with a tenuous connection to reality — offered ten thousand dollars to Matt Walsh of the Daily Wire to debate him on the subject of a six thousand year old earth. While that debate never happened (as a general rule, any religious person who claims […]

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Romans 1:20

A kinder, gentler, Canadian-er critic of religion takes a stab at the famous bible passage from Paul’s letters which implies (rather ridiculously) that it’s impossible to disbelieve in a god.

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