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Destroying Apologist Arguments

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Aside from Talkorigins, which is great, what are some other great sites that are dedicated to thumping apologists arguments in depth?

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Not directly dedicated to destroying apologist crap, but www.jesusneverexisted.com has a wealth of articles on pretty much everything regarding the jebus cult, including US morontheism and the cultists' obsession with sexuality.

 

Plus the sarcastic style of the articles is priceless :fdevil:

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Thanks guys.

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Hi Justin.

 

If you're interested in a more in-depth discussion than you can find online, you might take a look at the book "Jesus is Dead" by Robert M. Price. In it he takes on the apologetic arguments (one by one) of Gary Habermas, N.T. Wright, A.J.M. Wedderburn, William Lane Craig, James Patrick Holding, and Glenn Miller.

 

Since the gospel story is basically a fictional account, even the most convincing sounding christian argument has flaws in it if you look deep enough.

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Hi Justin.

 

If you're interested in a more in-depth discussion than you can find online, you might take a look at the book "Jesus is Dead" by Robert M. Price. In it he takes on the apologetic arguments (one by one) of Gary Habermas, N.T. Wright, A.J.M. Wedderburn, William Lane Craig, James Patrick Holding, and Glenn Miller.

 

Since the gospel story is basically a fictional account, even the most convincing sounding christian argument has flaws in it if you look deep enough.

 

Thanks Mythra. I shall check that book out.

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Iron Chariots Wiki: http://wiki.ironchariots.org/index.php?title=Main_Page

 

 

Look under their Starting Point section:

For those who prefer to browse, we've divided articles into a number of categories to provide convenient starting points:

 

* Arguments

* Christian apologists

* Atheists

 

You can also browse the entire category structure starting at the top.

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Thanks ya'll.

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I find that the best way to refute apologetics arguments is to read up on logical fallacies, and how to identify them

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