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Bonus: Changing Your Mind About God

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I ask three atheist (including myself) and two theist what it would take to change their mind about God? I want to thank the wonderful individuals that were gracious enough with their time to send me audio clips. @elijaht hashtagapologetics @adamreakes hermentalitypodcast @amatterofdoubt amatterofdoubt @conversionradio conversionpoints

Episode 38 – Evolution of Religion

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The evolution of religion is a fascinating topic. From an atheistic perspective, we ask the question of how! How, through the process of natural selection, did religious belief arise? and we ask the question why! Why did religious belief arise? To most theist, these two questions may not be as important. They see the propensity of a god belief to… Read more »

Bonus – Three Atheist Walk into a Podcast

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I sit down virtually with Phil Albertelli from The Week In Doubt podcast and Nathan Reese from the Faith and Skepticism podcast.  We talked about Christian apologetics, morality and milkshakes (they do indeed bring all the boys to the yard)

Episode 30 – On Morals

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The other day I was on the Faith and Skepticism podcast to discuss morality.  If you haven’t listened yet, head over to faithandskepticism.com and checkout episode 31.  The specific topic was: Can objective morality exist without God?  After the conversation was over and I had time to think back on my position, I feel like I have to clarify and expand… Read more »

Episode 28 – Does God Exist? – Part 2

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In episode 27, I went over four classical arguments for the existence of God and their refutations from the book Irreligion by John Allen Paulos.  In this episode I am going to look at four subjective arguments for the existence of God and their refutations along with my own interpretation and explanations.  I feel it is important for religious critics… Read more »