Monthly Archives: August 2015

Replies to Matt Slick’s ‘Questions for Atheists’ – Part 1

Aaaaaand…. that pretty much completes the background of why I’m an atheist. If you read through it, thanks; I hope it was of some interest. And now, on to other topics. There are, I have found, quite a lot of … Continue reading

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Evolution and theism (or, another reason why I don’t believe in the God you’re probably thinking of)

During my years of wrestling with the question of whether God existed or not, one thing that didn’t faze me was the idea of evolution. I was never tempted by Biblical literalism, and had no problems at all with the … Continue reading

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Why I don’t believe in the God you’re probably thinking of

In my last post, I said that the important question wasn’t whether the universe had some kind of creator(s), but whether there existed a God more like our concept of God – i.e., one that takes a personal interest in … Continue reading

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Do I believe in *which* God?

I have a few more thoughts on atheism and its counter-arguments which didn’t occur to me until after I’d already become an atheist, and which therefore weren’t part of the story of how I became one. This is therefore the … Continue reading

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