Tag Archives: logical fallacies

Some annoying loaded questions for atheists

So recently I saw this shared on Facebook: This was the original text: A close relative from my hometown area contacted me this morning. This person said that they have been watching my page for sometime and have recently had … Continue reading

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The “works of god” you see rising before you do not prove the existence of god

I’ll try not to make a habit of posting these kinds of screenshots, but I see this kind of poor logic so often, and this example is so fucking funny, I can’t help sharing it. It is a claim made … Continue reading

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Confronting the angry atheist straw man

As an outspoken atheist, I’m often bombarded with atheist straw man arguments. I suppose this is not unusual. Some of those arguments are subtle, and others not. This post will deal with one or two of them… The worst part … Continue reading

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This meme again (The apologist meme about “nothing and then nothing exploded”)

I wasn’t going to write anything today, but recently a family member shared this old chestnut of an anti-atheist meme, and even though I have written about this subject before, it might be worth tackling it again from a different … Continue reading

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Gosh, somebody is wrong on the internet

I just got sucked into the silliest online argument… A friend shared one of my posts. One of the points in that post was the reality of meth addiction. I’m not going to go and read it again because it … Continue reading

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Considering the C.S. Lewis spilled milk quote

I still haven’t gotten around to my next intended post, but in the meantime, I’ve seen this CS Lewis quote come up again… Supposing there was no intelligence behind the universe, no creative mind. In that case, nobody designed my … Continue reading

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Why logical fallacies interest me

A while ago I wrote about circular reasoning. Today I read another example of it, which better illustrates the other name for this fallacy: begging the question: (Oops. Forgot to blur the twat’s name. Hopefully she won’t be in that … Continue reading

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