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When Having Two Married Parents Becomes “White Privilege”

Here’s a video about “white privilege” that activists and virtue signalers like to share on social media. If you watch it, you’ll find that the first two examples of “white privilege” are: Having two parents who are still married. If … Continue reading

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The Nazi War on Christmas

In the previous postings, we saw that the Nazi use of the swastika as their central, defining symbol is essentially inconsistent with the notion that Hitler, and the Nazis, were Christians.  You can look at it this way.  If the … Continue reading

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Swastika Shows Nazis Were Not Christians

The Nazi use of the swastika as their central, core symbol is powerful evidence against the crackpot notion that the Nazis were Christians.  Why would Christians, once in a position of great power, use their power to replace the symbol … Continue reading

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Hitler and the Nazis Were Not Christians

One of dumbest positions, not uncommon among internet atheists, is that Hitler and the Nazi Party were Christians.   How do the proponents of such stupidity deal with the undeniable, historical fact that the dominant symbol of the Nazis was the … Continue reading

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How I Defeat Sam Harris’s Attack on Pascal’s Wager

Several years ago, Sam Harris set out to refute Pascal’s Wager in the pages of the Washington Post. Harris began as follows: The coverage of my recent debate in the pages of Newsweek began and ended with Jon Meacham and … Continue reading

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How Christians Can Respond to the Muslim Call to Prayer

Atheist activist PZ Myers happily reports the following news: It’s true! The Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque will be playing the adhan five times a day in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. Myers is excited because,  like so many other atheist activists, he is … Continue reading

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Goldilocks and Evidence for Christian Theism

Let me provide what I consider to be a significant piece of evidence for the truth of Christian theism. It all begins with the Goldilocks Principle.  Wikipedia describes it as follows: The Goldilocks principle is named by analogy to the … Continue reading

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One Less God vs. The Wager

The Secular Student Alliance has a silly stunt backed up by a silly argument: Graveyard of the Gods is a farewell to humanity’s forgotten deities. It is an opportunity to demonstrate that there are thousands upon thousands of gods that have … Continue reading

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Goldilocks and Evidence for Christian Theism

Let me provide what I consider to be a significant piece of evidence for the truth of Christian theism. It all begins with the Goldilocks Principle.  Wikipedia describes it as follows: The Goldilocks principle is named by analogy to the … Continue reading

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Christophobia on the Rise

From the BBC: The persecution of Christians in parts of the world is at near “genocide” levels, according to a report ordered by Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt. The review, led by the Bishop of Truro the Right Reverend Philip Mounstephen, … Continue reading

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