Tag Archives: logical fallacies and bad arguments

The lottery fallacy, as used by theists debating atheists

I’m struggling with my new keyboard, which is resulting in double key-presses, including spaces… all the time. I may not get to correct all of them. So please excuse any weird spelling errors here. (OK, screw it. I was having … Continue reading

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I’ll say it again: Don’t give money to beggars!

That fool that I wrote about last time has returned to the group, again complaining that atheists are arseholes and are not compassionate because we didn’t give him money. His arrogance insults me! If someone begs from you, and you … Continue reading

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Porn star finds Jesus; takes Him to porn shoot. You won’t care what happens next!

Introduction Sorry about the mock clickbait title. But I do wonder how many readers got here after clicking the link in Facebook, even though the word clickbait is displayed prominently in the link preview. What is it about clickbait that … Continue reading

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A common non sequitur

Recently I found an interesting non sequitur posed to an “atheist and freethinkers” Facebook group I belong to. Interesting because it’s an argument I’ve seen before. I commented that it was a non sequitur, and the OP didn’t know what … Continue reading

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