Huemer v Plantiga

This article mentions my confusion on the distinction between Huemer’s phenomenal conservatism and the notion of properly basic beliefs, largely from Plantiga, and often referenced by William Lane Craig. There is a small circle of respected thinkers among my educated libertarian atheist friends. Few are still buying what Rand and Rothbard sold, but many of … Read more Huemer v Plantiga

Battleground God is Whack

Huemer refers to Battleground God as a fun philosophy game, but this game is a predictable sheep in wolf’s clothing. There is no possible way to get through the game without being chastised for believing in God. I scored in the top 95% with the result shown below, but I was still improperly chastised for ‘biting a … Read more Battleground God is Whack

The Many Gods Problem

Today I want to issue a challenge: Show me a single valid criticism of Christianity. I plan on dealing with Huemer’s Scary Bible Quotes, but let me know if you are aware of any other criticisms. In anticipation of such things I thought to make a list of some of the worst objections to Christianity … Read more The Many Gods Problem