Tag Archives: antitheism

An evolutionary argument against Naturalism

In our continuing dialogue about science and faith, I’ve made the point that science seeks to explain the “how” questions, while philosophy and religion seeks to answer the “why” questions. Last time we looked at the difference between actual science … Continue reading

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Is science at war with Christianity?

There’s a popularly held belief that science and Christianity (theism in general) are at war and one must eventually win and the other lose in the hearts and minds of human civilization.  But is this actually true? This post is … Continue reading

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Does religion actually poison everything?

Was the late antitheist polemicist, Christopher Hitchens, right when he said that religion poisons everything? In his 2007 book, God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything, Hitchens posited that “organized religion is “violent, irrational, intolerant, allied to racism, tribalism, … Continue reading

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Science and Faith?

I recently read a post at Nan’s Notebook titled, “Science…Faith—What’s The Answer?” The intent was to elicit open discussion on the merits of faith and science as related to human existence. I found the comments quite interesting. Nan is a deconvert … Continue reading

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