Tom Gilson


When Atheists Say, ‘I Read the Bible, That’s Why I’m An Atheist.’

Note to podcast listeners: The webinar I told you I would be on this weekend was postponed to ...

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Two Definitions of ‘Good,’ Atheist and Christian — And How That Explains the Trouble We’re In

John Loftus gave me a personal challenge to read his edited book The Case Against Miracles. He considers ...

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Overcoming ‘Moral’ Defenses Against the Truth (Video Message, Defend Apologetics Conference)

Updating my video messages online at Thinking Christian: Here’s my plenary session at Defend 2016: Overcoming “Moral” Defenses ...

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“It’s In the Bible, So Believe It!” Won’t Help Youth At All

I’m on my way to Little Rock for an interview with FamilyLife about my book Critical Conversations: A ...

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John Loftus’s Bad Reasons for Not Going To Church, and a Few Good Ones For Going

John Loftus, the affable hat-wearing atheist who loves to poke quasi-informed fun at Christians, posted this on Facebook yesterday: ...

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The Overwhelming, Mysterious, Multi-dimensional Glory of God’s Goodness

I don’t know how to speak this well enough. It would take a poet. God is good, and ...

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“To explain God so that God makes sense without God”

I spent a summer in China back in the early 1980s. I was absolutely enthralled with the architecture, ...

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Slavery and Freedom

Skeptics criticize the Bible for not condemning slavery, with some taking it to such an extreme level that ...

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“Good Without God:” What’s the Reality?

Someone on Facebook (“Zach”) was touting the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Doctors Without Borders, and the Foundation ...

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