In my recent debate with Matt Dillahunty about the existence of God, Dillahunty invoked his favorite argument against God’s existence.
NIH Director Francis Collins is being praised as “a national treasure,” but his real legacy is anything but praiseworthy.
There’s a time for gentle and friendly conversations with atheist and Darwinian interlocutors, and a time for a more, shall we say, pugilistic approach.
The comforting old assumption seems more hollow by the day. The “gathering revolt” has arrived.
Norm casually took on the entire scientific community for “refusing to explore” what he considered the “fundamental question” of God’s existence.