Calling Randal Rauser: why won’t you answer some simple questions?
A simple demonstration, through the use of some eye-opening studies on rape, that Christianity is correct to claim that men are inherently evil.
A polemic against the argument that, in light of the apparently contradicting evidence of our moral intuitions, total depravity should be interpreted metaphorically.
A response to Damian Peterson on the merits of being dogmatic.
A discussion of how Occam’s Razor is sometimes used as a basis for objecting to Christianity, highlighting some serious philosophical problems with this approach.
A defense of biblical foundationalism, in response to the objection that “The Bible is the word of God” presupposes certain more basic truths, and thus cannot function as a first principle. This objection was forwarded to me by my friend David Parker, who encountered it while debating a Randian objectivist.
A brief interaction with an atheistic argument that the existence of evil, under Christianity’s own presuppositions, disproves the existence of God by contradicting his desire for the greatest good. This argument was forwarded by Stan (and also John Loftus) on Debunking Christianity.