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Response to “There’s Faith, and Then There’s Delusion”

Yellow Shield IconI recently stumbled on an article over at the theAtheist that needed to be addressed.  The article was written in 2010 in response to a Washington Post story, Discrepancies don’t shake Christians’ faith in the Bible, which covered a Christian college student who was (and hopefully still is) not bothered by charges that the Bible is full of errors.  The Washington Post article quotes Dr. Craig Evans (professor of New Testament at Acadia Divinity College in Nova Scotia) who rightly believes that the Bible can have discrepancies and still remain inerrant.  Read More »

A Response to “If there is a natural explanation then there is no reason to invent a god”

Yellow Shield IconAtheist Michael Nugent has written another article at the Irish Times titled “If there is a natural explanation then there is no reason to invent a god.”  The main idea he wants us to accept is that science has proven to be a reliable method for finding natural explanations to the questions man asks, and if, we have a natural explanation, then there is no need to introduce the concept of a God.  It’s probably not too much of a surprise that we found some logic errors in the justifications he used to backup his idea. Read More »

A Response to "Atheists and religious alike seek to identify foundation of morality"

Yellow Shield IconAtheist Michael Nugent has written a short article for the Irish Times titled “Atheists and religious alike seek to identify foundation of morality.”  In this work, he attempts to show that morality is determined by personal and/or group choice instead of by God. Read More »

"We atheists will change our minds if evidence shows we are wrong"

Yellow Shield IconIf you need a good chuckle (or cry), check out an article written by atheist Michael Nugent, chairman of Atheist Ireland, that was published on The article is an attempt to clarify and mainstream the atheist belief system. Read More »

Dutch atheists reshape Christianity

Newspaper IconThe BBC has a heart-breaking article covering a disturbing line of thought that is gaining acceptance in Dutch churches. The article, Dutch rethink Christianity for a doubtful world, focuses on Reverend Klaas Hendrikse and his Exodus Church in Gorinchem, Holland.  While the article does not directly call Mr Hendrikse an atheist, Read More »