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William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked part 5 of 5 (The Ontological Argument)

The Ontological Argument So here we are m’lords, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, we have finally reached the concluding chapter of the debunking of William Lane Craig’s 5 arguments for god debunked. It has been a roller coaster of emotion, well for us here at AIR it has anyway. Last weeks instalment was completed…


William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked part 4 of 5 (The teleological argument)

The Teleological Argument From Fine Tuning Hi and welcome back to part 4 of the 5 arguments presented by William Lane Craig for the existence of god. Are you guys and gals sick of him yet, or me for that matter? I do hope not the latter. Hang in there as after this there is…


William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked part 3 of 5 (The Moral argument)

           The Moral Argument Based upon Moral Values and Duties Welcome back to part 3 of this 5 part series. You can visit part 1 by clicking here And part 2 here     If God does not exist, objective moral values and duties do not exist. Objective morals don’t exist,…


William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked part 2 of 5 (Kalam Cosmological argument)

  William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked part 2 of 5 (Kalam Cosmological argument) Hi and welcome to part 2 of my attempt to debunk William Lane Craig’s 5 arguments for god. In part 1 we looked at his cosmological argument. This time I am looking at his Kalam Cosmlogical argument. This may be…


William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked part 1 of 5

William Lane Craig 5 arguments for god debunked Excerpts of Craig’s essay will appear in italics below and I will be addressing his points in turn below each italic section, in separate paragraphs outlining problems with his arguments. He kicks off with the Cosmological argument after a short foreword from himself   The full essay can be…


In Response to “36 Questions for Atheists”

Questions are great. They, hopefully, make us think about things and can open a world of conversation. I have spent a lot of time on the internet discussing various topics, and have often found the religion-based ones a bit of a dead-end. On both sides, we seem to have folks more concerned about pushing their…


A Coherent Case for God?

I come across a number of theists on the internet, and I actually enjoy discussing beliefs. There are many theists I prefer to talk to than atheists. You get dogmatic fundy types on both sides. Admittedly I don’t feel any danger from the fundamentalist atheists, they just discuss philosophical concepts ignoring the philosophy. (Which can…


Religious Apologetics – The Science of Excuses

Defining Apologetics Apologetics may be simply defined as the defense of the faith. The simplicity of this definition, however, masks the complexity of the problem of defining apologetics. It turns out that a diversity of approaches has been taken to defining the meaning, scope, and purpose of apologetics. From Apologia to Apologetics The word “apologetics”…


How good is your evidence for god?

This post is set to examine the average theistic presentation of evidence, whether it is strong, weak, convincing, or even really evidence at all. We (atheists) often tell theists their ‘evidence’ is ‘not evidence’, and this is often incorrect. Evidence is indicative rather than completely conclusive (even if we do make conclusions off of evidence),…


THE ‘FINE TUNING’ ARGUMENT DEBUNKED – Holy Koolaid

THE FINE TUNING ARGUMENT DEBUNKED BY SCIENCE (And Holy Koolaid) The fine tuning argument is the most overused argument in the creationists’ toolkit. If you’re not familiar with the fine-tuning argument, it goes something like this: The parameters for life are so finely tuned that if they were tweaked ever so slightly, all life would…