William Lane Craig Knows He’s Wrong

Aug 23, 2011 1 Comment by

If you’ve watched more than one debate with this man then you’ll start to notice a pattern. He will always start his argument by defining atheism, rather than letting the atheist define themselves. It is in this definition that he tries to win over the audience and make himself seem terribly clever. He always defines [...]

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A New Category of Atheism: Super-Positivism

Jul 16, 2011 1 Comment by

Quite often in debates, someone arguing against religion will get criticised for only highlighting the bad points, or the bad people, noting that this is a generalisation. Occasionally this gets turned around on the atheists. Sometimes it gets turned around in a silly way, such as mentioning dictators who were atheists. But it is also [...]

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Positive and Negative Assertions

Jul 10, 2011 Comments Off by

One of the foundations of the thinking required to produce atheism, is the distinction between positive and negative assertions. In order to properly understand these concepts, we’re need to define them. To get our foot in the door, let’s take the typical examples of positive assertions within the subject matter. “I believe that there is [...]

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