Good Reason News: “Do you believe that Alexander the Great existed? We have more proof for Jesus Christ than for Alexander the Great.”

Link: Good Reason News: “Do you believe that Alexander the Great existed? We have more proof for Jesus Christ than for Alexander the Great.” goodreasonnews: ikilledgod: WHOA NOW. Show me this proof Christians, inbox is open. Alexander The Great was documented on many pieces of contemporary art and even currency. There are contemporary writings about […]

Evolution? Yes, children can Adam and Eve it

An article by Richard Dawkins from Eureka magazine. “Please tell me something I can tell Daddy, which he doesn’t already know.” The heartfelt plea of this child from Northern Ireland is the more poignant because his father happened to be a devout Christian – as is common in that unfortunate province. What nonsense might the […]

The dangers of quote mining and the benefits of critical thinking

Quote mining is often used on both sides of an argument to reinforce their position, but there are dangers. You could be accused of the appeal to authority fallacy or, more commonly, taking a quote out of context. So bugger me sideways when I wake up this morning to to see @missraissa has blogged a […]

Stormbringer’s Blunder: Modern Coliseums?

In his latest blog post from another blog entry, Stormbringer once again show’s he’s a complete sucker for any sob story without checking for references or the varasity of a yarn. In this instance it involves Saint Telemachus, so let’s hear Stormbringer’s version. Chuck Colson tells the story of Telemachus, a 4th-century Christian monk. This […]

“Evolution isn’t hard to understand” says Joe Cienkowski. Oh really?

No Peachy, you don’t understand it. Despite the many years of people patiently trying to explain it to you, you STILL haven’t got a fucking clue. There is no excuse for your level of stupidity. I know you don’t like being called stupid, but I use that word not as an insult but because, unlike […]