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Apr 01 2013

What I did this weekend

Some of you may be wondering what I’m doing with all that free time now that I’m not slaving away over laboriously hand-typed blog posts. Well, here’s a partial answer. Life After Jesus (Teaser) from Deacon Duncan on Vimeo.

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Mar 03 2013

The dreaded burnout

I guess I can’t deny it: I’ve hit the wall again. I’ve come to dread the thought of writing another blog article, even if it’s only once per week. It’s time for a hiatus. I’ve had this sort of experience before, and it generally resolves on its own after a while. Basically, what I’m going …

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Feb 10 2013

Shells and switches

One of the most important reasons why creationism does not belong in the classroom is because creationism promotes superstitious thinking, which is the antithesis of scientific thinking. Trying to think superstitiously about science really screws things up, and in today’s excerpt from Pastor Stephen Feinstein’s reply to Russell Glasser, we find an almost prototypical example.

Feb 03 2013

The Gypsy Curse

Over at Evangelical Realism, we’re continuing our look at Pastor Stephen Feinstein’s debate with Russell Glasser, and I I can’t help but think of a post I did a few years ago about Jesus and the Gypsy Curse. It’s like a scene from an old B-grade black-and white horror flick: Jesus is walking down some …

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Feb 02 2013

Format change

Just a quick note: I’m switching to a more-or-less weekends only format, due to my day-job requirements. Much as I love blogging, I have to have weekdays clear to focus on my profession and still leave some time for myself and my family. I might be able to squeeze in a weekday post now and …

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Jan 27 2013

God and the PlayStation 3

In this week’s look at Pastor Stephen Feinstein’s presuppositional argument for God, the good pastor whips out his PlayStation 3 and uses it to defeat atheism. No, really.

Jan 20 2013

Scripted bows and bald assertions

Over at Evangelical Realism, we’re finishing up Pastor Stephen Feinstein’s third post in his debate with Russell Glasser, and watching him congratulate himself on how thoroughly he has, in his own opinion, refuted atheism in its entirety. He’s the good guy, and he’s read through his whole script, so of course he’s won by now. …

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Jan 13 2013

The atheist Black Knight

Over at Evangelical Realism, we’re looking at Pastor Feinstein’s “victory” dance around his defeated foe—at least according to the mental script he seems to be following. Then again, perhaps his victory is not quite so complete as he imagines. Drop by if you’re interested.

Jan 07 2013

A quick note about the contest

Just a couple quick clarifications about the billboard contest. First, I’ve updated the rules to specifically mention model releases—it’s up to the entrant to obtain any necessary licenses, permissions or releases for any material or recognizable person appearing in their billboard. Second, most of the entries I’ve received so far have not been billboards, they’ve …

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Jan 06 2013

Spell check of the week

“Trinitarianism” Did you mean: Totalitarianism? Just got this while spell-checking this week’s post on Evangelical Realism, about how Pastor Feinstein’s presuppositional argument leads to polytheism instead of Trinitarianism.

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