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Gambling and addiction

73% of the British population (35.5 million) gamble annually. This amount is roughly £3.50 per week, 80p more than the cost of fruit (The Guardian, 2007). 373 more words

New type of fallacy: Debate of semantics

Debate of semantics – A fallacious attempt to gain credibility via nitpicking.

How it works: Lets say Person “A” and person “B” are on opposing sides of a debate over dogs dental health. 237 more words


Where is the sinner's prayer?

The following paragraph is recited thousands of times across America every week. I can’t find one example of this in the Bible.

“Right now I confess Jesus as the Lord of my soul.

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Advertisement Project

  1. Choose a product. It may be one that exists or one that you make up, but it must be a reality-based product that can be advertised applicably for today’s world.
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The Atheist Atrocities Fallacy - Hitler, Stalin & Pol Pot

In Memory of Christopher Hitchens

Religious apologists, particularly those of the Christian variety, are big fans of what I have dubbed, the atheist atrocities fallacy. 6,111 more words

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