Tom Gilson

New Atheists

And the Skeptics Are Silent

It’s been a month. I’m still waiting for an answer. Who wrote Jesus’ character, and how? I said ...

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Skeptics, Explain This, Please: Who Wrote Jesus’ Character, and How?

Who wrote Jesus’ character into the Gospels? How’d they do it? Skeptics treat this as if it were ...

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Two Things That Bother Me in Pinecreek Doug’s Critique of Too Good to be False

It’s begun! I’ve been looking forward to the first atheist responses to Too Good to be False. Pinecreek ...

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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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A Case Against Miracles, or Unreasonable Skeptical Demands?

I’m reading Loftus’s Case Against Miracles. One author in it, David Corner, argues in favor of Hume’s take ...

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Skeptic Shermer Won’t Be Fooled Again; Gets Fooled Again

Let’s start by agreeing Shermer is right, as he opens this interview: Humans do seek out evidence that ...

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Atheists Casting Evidence to the Wind, Choosing Confirmation Bias Instead

I’ve been watching the Brett Kavanaugh situation and writing about it on The Stream for a while, but ...

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Why Hebrews 11:1 Doesn’t Mean Faith Is Without Evidence

Edited and republished from a post on November 15, 2013. Jerry Coyne’s recent Slate article on science and ...

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