Monday, 15 July 2013

Trayvon: deserved it?

I just stumbled across a post in which a Christian literally justified the murder of Trayvon Martin because Martin may have, possibly, someday become a mass murder like Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

Apparently, Trayvon was at a high risk for committing a crime, so maybe killing him wasn't so bad?

I'm not exaggerating when I say this is one of the vilest things I've ever read.

Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Evidence. It's not hard.

What would it take to convince you that atheism is wrong? It’s actually not as easy a question as it sounds. Furthermore, it’s not as though Christians have presented no evidence to support their claims, it’s that they’ve presented very poor evidence.

But what exactly would constitute good evidence, if such a thing exists?

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

When did atheists become militant?

According to Mark McIntyre, a Christian blogger, Jessica Ahlquist is a militant atheist. For those who may not recall, in 2012 Ahlquist won a court case in Rhode Island to remove a Christian prayer from the walls of her public high school.

While McIntyre also attempted to diffuse the anger and threats Christians have been hurling at Ahlquist, he nevertheless seems to have no qualms in reducing a young female atheist to little more than an angry caricature.