Aron Ra vs. Twitter Apologist – 31 Reasons Aron Ra Was Right All Along

Aron Ra is, I’d say, one of the best atheist activists in the movement. If a stranger asked me to recommend a good resource in combating religion, Aron is one of the first ones I mention. Known as the Texan Tank, Aron demolishes creationist arguments with stunning and precise-worded arguments. When I first discovered Aron Ra, he was an activist […]

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Response: 10 Reasons why apologists fail to understand ex-Christian Millennials

It’s been a long time since I’ve blogged, for that I apologize to any readers who enjoy my work. I’ve been wanting to find the time to write, and recently I was certain I would do a piece on the Pureflix’s film “The Case for Christ” – the story about the life and conversion of Christian apologist (mostly stooge) Lee […]

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No, I do not “borrow” from the Christian worldview

I’ve been wanting to make a blog post about this for some time, back when this form of argument was widely used by apologists, but better late then never. I’ve often heard presuppositionists and creationist apologists throw this argument around when discussing about logic, science and morality: “Your just borrowing from my worldview.” Every time I hear this kindergarten type […]

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