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It’s amusing to hear accusations of indoctrination from the leaders of a virulently anti-intellectual movement. New Atheism has evolved 140 characters at a time as Know-Nothing authors endeavoured to shield their acolytes from philosophical and theological arguments. Still, we ought to give credit were credit is due.… Read more
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“Mirror, Mirror on the wall”. Most of us will have heard the story. Yet if by some obscure chance it has happened to pass you by, it goes something like this:
In a land not unlike our own, a beautiful queen reigns supreme, secure in the knowledge of her own unassailable, if isolated, beauty.… Read more
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A common objection raised by sceptics when considering the plausibility of the resurrection is the alleged inconsistencies inherent within the accounts themselves. Were there two angels or one; did the women witness an earthquake or had it occurred before they arrived: exactly which women turned up at the tomb that Easter morning anyway?… Read more
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PZ Myers responds to the learned criticisms of Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion with a parable: ‘The Courtier’s Reply’ It refers to an episode that takes place after the events narrated in ‘the Emperor’s New Clothes’: the fable in which a young boy embarrasses an Emperor who dresses in magical clothes made from an invisible fabric.… Read more