All Blog Posts Tagged 'fallacies' (3)

John Lennox's Arguments Destroyed by Michael Shermer before Lennox even started?

I found this a very amusing debate.

Quite humorous comments from both sides.

But, the well was already poisoned by Michael Shermer before Lennox started his preconceived spiel. 

Lennox made every mistake Shermer already gave an answer to in his first argument.

Lennox continually used the following fallacies:

"It is not possible to:" (An argument from ignorance, is following and a Dunning-Kruger effect ( "I Know") bit of nonsense is…


Added by Dyslexic's DOG on February 14, 2015 at 4:00pm — 4 Comments

A refutation of one theist argument

Sometimes one will hear theists claim that religion is necessary because it buttresses morality or produces more moral people. When they do so, they implicitly concede several points.

The first implicit conception is that theists and non-theists both find morality (however defined) worthy of protection. After all, why ask non-theists to protect morality if they have no morality? This grossly undercuts the favorite ad hominem claim of our intellectual opponents, namely, that…

Added by TB Godfrey on September 3, 2010 at 5:48pm — No Comments

A Simi-Agnostic Atheist Manifesto

Before you read this: if you have an allergy to stupidity don't read this.

"Journalist" Ron Rosenbaum has written an article for Slate Magazien called An Agnostic Manifesto. In the article he takes the agnostic fence sitting to its illogical conclusion. He has taken his misunderstanding of agnosticism, and mixed it with the holier than thou attitude of a religious… Continue

Added by Lone Wolf on August 16, 2010 at 10:00pm — No Comments

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