How many bad arguments are there for the existence of god(s)? Well, there are probably a lot more than 39, but that’s the number that Minnesota Atheists past president August Berkshire addresses in his latest publication. Inspired by his interactions with students over the years he’s been a guest lecturer on atheism and humanism, he’s been building a list of common lay apologetics and their counters. These are just a few of the topics he covers:
- God Is Intangible, Like Love
- The Argument from Motion
- The Argument from Embarrassment
- Free Will
This Sunday, he joins us in the studio to talk about the kinds of bad arguments people make and the ways that they’re flawed.
- August Berkshire’s speaker website
- “August Berkshire’s Atheist Pamphlets” August Berkshire on Atheists Talk #222, June 9th, 2013
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