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Charles Darwin ‘s philosophical Trojan Horse

Charles Darwin

Startlingly, CHARLES DARWIN HIMSELF admitted that he did not have any direct evidence that the change over time of evolution was the result of random and unintelligent processes. He ADMITTED that this was a mere belief. As Darwin complained to Joseph Hooker in a letter included in his autobiography:

“I am actually weary of telling people that I do not pretend to adduce direct evidence of one species changing into another, but that I believe that this view in the main is correct because so many phenomena can be thus grouped and explained.” (emphasis added)

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A brief history of fake atheist history.

fake atheist history

Whether or not there exists such a thing as “fake news” (as Donald Trump suggests), there definitely exists such a thing as fake history. One particularly pernicious piece of fake history is the story that there exists a conflict between science and Christianity. This core tenet of atheist propaganda is perpetuated on the internet by…

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Darwinist detective work.

Darwinist detective work

“Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.” Such are the words of the famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. And a little detective work quickly eliminates the alternative to God which atheists cite as the cause for life: Natural laws. Realizing specifically…

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The cultural smokescreen which obscures God.

smokescreen which obscures God

Like fish who do not realize they are swimming in water, we can easily fail to perceive the extent to which culture shapes, and often distorts, our perception of the world. In our culture, male babies wear blue, and female babies wear pink. And typically, only women wear skirts. But is there something intrinsically  feminine…

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Why belief in unicorns is more logical than atheism

belief in unicorns

Comparison of belief in God to belief in unicorns is pervasive in the atheist blogosphere. But the history of belief in unicorns has an extremely interesting lesson to teach, in regards to atheism. Bo Jinn brilliantly explains in Illogical Atheism how belief in unicorns is actually significantly less superstitious than atheism: It is not enough…

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Atheist fallacy #4: Straw man fallacy

straw man fallacy

Refuting a distorted or misrepresented version of someone’s logical argument is usually much easier than responding to that person’s actual argument. And considering that we live in a culture which places such importance upon convenience, it is not surprising that this logical fallacy, known as a straw man fallacy, is so prevalent in atheist argumentation….

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