In this video, I explain how some evangelical apologists misrepresent a common phrase (and what it really means. ?
The Tentative Apologist
Sarah Salviander recently said that she cannot doubt God’s existence. Some folk think she was irrational to say that. Are they right? ?
If you are going to address objections to the Bible effectively, you first need to identify the underlying presuppositions that motivate the objection. ?
In this video, I interact with an excerpt from a new Sean McDowell interview with Alisa Childers in which she makes vague references to “the world” as a mere foil for her own views and appears to endorse a bracing moral skepticism. ?
A discussion of how Mr. B of Red Pen Logic misrepresents Brandon Robertson by confusing reading the Bible with preaching the Bible. ?
According to skeptical theism, God could have reasons to allow evil and suffering in the world that we cannot even imagine. If our reasoning is so limited in this area, could it also be limited in understanding the nature of morality? ?
My latest video is a great conversation with philosopher Ben Cook on his journey to Eastern Orthodoxy and some of the problems with and cautions for Progressive Christianity. ?
Theists often claim that atheism cannot support an objective view of morality. In this video, I challenge that conventional wisdom and explain how atheism can support both objective morality and an objectively meaningful life. ?
In this post-debate debrief, I review one key section of my debate with Paul Copan and explain how his view of Joshua entails that Israelites targeted and killed an indiscriminate number of Canaanite civilians. ?
The Bible depicts God commanding and commending apparent moral atrocities. So what do we say in response? Well for starters, don’t say this! ?
Christian apologists have some strong arguments and thought-provoking talking points. They also have some bad arguments and some really bad talking points. In this video, I describe what may be the worst apologetics talking point ever. ?
I think this is my eleventh appearance on “Unbelievable” with Justin Brierley. It was also one of the most enjoyable and lively debates in which I’ve had the privilege to participate. ?