Thursday, October 09, 2014

Repackaging oft-refuted objections


  1. So simply believing what the Bible says equates to one being a fearful fundamentalist to Enns, eh? Oh well, I've been called worse.

  2. Hey Steve, could you make a guide on how to deal with and spot your average atheists bad arguments?
    I know that by seeing you deal with these people, it encourages me greatly, and I'd like to do the same for others. I just don't quite know how to start or how to communicate myself. Any tips?

    1. i) It helps to know a little about a lot of things.

      ii) It helps to read or watch good debates.

      iii) Often, it's more important to ask the right questions than have all the answers. Atheists continue to take many things for granted that make no sense on a secular outlook. So it's good to make them question their unexamined assumptions.