Upcoming Debate in Dallas, TX. (Justin Schieber v Blake Giunta)


The University of Texas at Dallas
Alexander Clark Center – CN 1.112
Time: 6:00-9:00 pm
Date: September 20th, Saturday

Justin Schieber is co-host of the Reasonable Doubts Radio Show and Podcast and serves on the advisory board of the Grand Rapids, Michigan chapter of Center For Inquiry. Promoting a friendly, yet firm, skepticism toward religious claims, Justin has lectured and debated on the philosophical arguments for and against the existence of God across United States and Canada.
Find him online at: Justinsweh.com

Blake Giunta is the creator and founder of Treesearch, an interactive debate map designed for easily navigating and exploring otherwise complex debates surrounding the truth of Christianity. Blake has been studying apologetics and related topics as an enthusiast for over ten years.
Find him online at: Treesearch.org

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  1. Ed says

    The title of the debate is funny to me as it’s between atheism as such vs. a very specific religious commitment.

    It’s mirror opposite would be the specific philosophy of, let’s say, Bertrand Russell vs. the general idea of the supernatural. The Christian is jumping the gun or planning to prove a lot of very precise claims in one debate.

    For Christianity to be true, there must be a supernatural realm. It must include personal beings. One of these beings must be the god of Abrahamic monotheism and he must be all-powerful and the only being worthy of worship. And neither Judaism nor Islam may be true.

    The atheist just has to show that there is no evidence for a supernatural realm to begin with.

  2. Ed says

    Sorry. I said Atheism when the title was Naturalism. That’s actually .my preferred term if it hadn’t been turned into a synonym for biologist. Of course, there is a great deal of overlap between the two.

  3. says

    Gah! I live nearby and could have gone to see this, but I don’t pay attention to this page as much as I should. Curses!
    Maybe next time Justin comes around southward, I can catch one of these oh-so-painful debates. Because I hate myself, maybe.

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