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Grand Theft Worldview

•  Richard Dawkins calls God “evil,” but tells us evil doesn’t exist. (He’s half right: “Evil” is meaningless without God.)
•  Sam Harris wants to hold people accountable for their actions, but tells us we have no free will. 181 more words

Atheism

ASU Origins Project - Lawrence Krauss and Noam Chomsky

Arizona State University has a program called “The Origins Project” which it calls a “transdisciplinary initiative that nurtures research, energizes teaching, and builds partnerships.” It’s goal is to discuss issues surround who we are and where we came from, two questions which everyone asks about themselves and the world around them at some point in their lives. 152 more words

Science

John Lennox is my hero!

I promise this will be my last Unbelievable?-related post for a while. In this episode, Oxford mathematics professor and apologist John Lennox debates atheist Lawrence Krauss, a physics professor at Arizona State University. 149 more words

The impasse in naive empiricism.

I feel that attacking naive empiricism, i.e. empiricism held by the average proponent of science (read: layman) is called for. Far too many people are turning “science” into “scientism” without critically assessing their own views. 631 more words

Philosophy

Lawrence Krauss likes appealing to nature and dislikes deductive logic

In the last few years, Lawrence Krauss has received a fair amount of criticism for his supremely ignorant remarks about philosophy, but it seems his other elementary mistakes have gone relatively unnoticed (let’s be fair, those mistakes stem from his ignorance of philosophy). 639 more words

Philosophy

"Everything Happened all by Itself"?

“Atheists believe everything happened by itself” is not an uncommon accusation to be fired at atheists. I recently watched a video on how internet memes spread, so I have a vague concept of how that sort of considerable misinformation spreads so rapidly. 850 more words

Video: The Origins Project

The Origins Project is one of my favorite science projects out there. Not only it is led by Lawrence Krauss, it also organizes the best debates with intriguing participants and their great minds about the most fundamental questions such as, who are we? 28 more words

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