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Christians defining faith

It has become a hallmark of modern atheism that it often attempts to redefine ‘faith’ to mean something Christians simply do not mean by the term. In contrast to those attempts, here are some Christian thinkers being permitted to say … Continue reading

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‘A Manual for Creating Atheists’ Part 3.4: Agnosticism

So far we have noted that Boghossian wants to redefine ‘faith’ into something the vast majority of religious believers don’t mean by the word (Part 3.1), we’ve noted his lack of evidence for misreading Hebrews 11:1 and the strong evidence … Continue reading

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‘A Manual for Creating Atheists’ Part 3.2: Hebrews 11:1

This follows on from ‘A Manual for Creating Atheists’ Part 3.1 where I criticized Boghossian’s definitions of the word faith as being both lacking in evidence and contrary to some substantial evidence (both of which, if true, make following Boghossian’s definition of … Continue reading

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‘A Manual for Creating Atheists’ Part 3.1: Faith

This follows from Part 2. The title of Chapter 2 is ‘Faith’. Boghossian makes it clear that he wants to “clear up” some terminology in this chapter and the three words he wishes to turn his attention to are ‘faith’, ‘atheist’, … Continue reading

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