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Deeper Story Pt. 8

Continued from Part 7 So at the ripe and enlightened age of 17 I was expected to pick the course of the rest of my life.  Settling on computer science, I began applying to school and really wanted to get… Continue Reading →

Ask an Atheist

Isn’t atheism just another religion? I’ve seen this one a few times out there.  People like Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis like to tout this one.  He takes it a step further in saying that atheism and those who… Continue Reading →

Deeper Story Pt. 7

Continued from Part 6 I coasted through high school doing the least amount of work I could get away with.  I began to resent school and wanted only to do “church stuff.” I was easier to me.  There were few… Continue Reading →

Fallacy Friday!

Appeal to emotion An appeal to emotion fallacy is something that most people might already be aware of, with out being aware of it.  Those Sarah Mclachlan commercials with the dogs.  The ones that make you either cry or want… Continue Reading →

Ask an Atheist

What would it take for you to believe in God? Firstly I would have to ask which god?  Yaweh? Allah? Zues? Vishnu? But getting past that and assuming they meant whichever god they believe in I suppose there are a… Continue Reading →

Fallacy Friday!

Ad Hominem An ad hominem fallacy is when you use a personal attack on someone during a debate instead of attacking the argument.  Something to the effect of when you put forth a solid argument, well thought out and presented… Continue Reading →

Free Will?

Ask an Atheist

What if you’re wrong? I’ve heard this from a lot of Christians “What if you’re wrong, that means you’re going to hell. You don’t want that do you?”  Well there are a few things that come to mind when I… Continue Reading →

Deeper Story Pt. 5

Continued from Part 4 With my new career path I thought about how to get what I felt “called” to do.  I began going to as many church meetings as I could.  Not being able to drive yet I pretty much… Continue Reading →

Definition Friday!

Argument from personal incredulity Essentially this fallicy is that just because you don’t understand something it’s probably not true. For instance, say you travel back in time 1000 years, ignoring the fact you’d die pretty quick from disease, and you… Continue Reading →

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