Monthly Archives: June 2018

Argument From Evil: Toothless and Useless

The modern day atheist movement has only one argument to support atheism – The Argument From Evil.  Anytime an atheist tries to make the case that there is no God, chances are extremely high that some version of the Argument … Continue reading

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Are School Shooters and Social Justice Extremists on the Same Spectrum?

Birgit Pfeifer of Windesheim University of Applied Sciences and Ruard R. Ganzevoort of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam published an article entitled The Implicit Religion of School Shootings: Existential Concerns of Perpetrators Prior to Their Crime.  (HT: John Branyan) The researchers looked through … Continue reading

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The Collapsing Escape Hatch

Modern day atheism is built on a simple claim – There is no evidence that God exists.  But how does the atheist know this?  It’s one thing to claim, “I don’t see any evidence for God” or “What you consider … Continue reading

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The Only Way to Protect Your Child from a School Shooting

Because of the school shootings, we are told that the schools are a very dangerous place.  That children everywhere are suffering from anxiety for fear that they will be the next victims of a school shooting.  For example, at a … Continue reading

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Atheism and Sex

According to this article, Researchers from McGill University in Canada have found that men with high testosterone levels are less likely to be religious. and adds The researchers suggest that further studies are needed to understand how hormones shape a … Continue reading

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Could Social Justice Activism Be Contributing to Rape?

I know very little about Tommy Robinson and all the controversy surrounding him.  So I found this article to be helpful.  While reading I ran across this excerpt: The problem — as I said in 2015 — is that any challenge Robinson … Continue reading

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