Tag Archives: christianity

Skeptic News: Gay-rights Activist Offends Christian Teens

Gay activist Dan Savage has “offended” Christian teens. Continue reading

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Science and Christianity: Allies or Enemies?

Are science and christianity allies or enemies? Terry Rogers explores the issue… Continue reading

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Another Holy Trinity

With the festive season over, Ash Pryce reflects on the popular sceptics’ idea that the Jesus story was plagiarised from earlier mythology. Was Jesus really just a reboot of the likes of Mithra, Dionysus, or Horus? Or are sceptics guilty of not walking like they talk when it comes to these criticisms of the nativity tale? Continue reading

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Bad Argument of the Week XXXIX

The first casualty in the War of Christmas is the truth, and The Daily Telegraph’s Peter Oborne is the latest recruit to bombard revellers with nonsensical festive claims. Continue reading

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Bad Argument of the Week XXXV

It’s the moment you’ve all been so anxiously waiting for! Yes, it’s the return of the ever-infrequent Bad Argument of the Week!

Following the results of the U.S. mid-term elections, debate has been reignited over the Republicans running to head the House Energy and Commerce Committee, which overlooks federal energy policy and climate change regulation. This has brought back to the fore statements made by Representative of Illinois and candidate, John Shimkus, on why we need not worry about climate change… Continue reading

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