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Ep#28 – Stacy Skipper –

Stacy Skipper from The Deep South will be joining me on The #GSPodcast.  He’ll be telling me all about his conservative Christian upbringing, his Preacher father, missionary work, his experiences as a Bible counsellor and recounting a near death experience.  At some point during our chat, god smites The #GSPodcast with a  plague of locusts.  True story.

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Ep#25 – Mormonism

It’s all about Mormonism this week on The #GSPodcastWendyCraig join me to talk about Joseph Smith, The Church of The Latter Day Saints and Polygamist cults.
I’ll also do a round-up of this week’s godly news in #ThingsTheGodlyDo.

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More fun and games with Challenge My Church

Over the last few months, I’ve engaged with @ChallengeChurch on twitter, and on this blog about varying subjects, but mostly entertaining logical failures and god of the gaps fallacies. I’ve also taken to mocking and pointing out the obvious flaws in their religious statements. But mostly mocking. It amuses me to no end that an organisation (possibly one person), who has so little understanding of “things”, actively invites challenge.

This occasional “debate” and mockery at the hands of myself and fellow atheists has prompted them (possible him/her) to address it in a new blog entry here, entitled CMC VS Athiests (Yes, they are still spelling it wrong).

Normally this type of “argument” would not warrant a response, but what it lacks in valid points, it compensates for un-unintentional humour. It’s worth pointing out before I address some points individually that @ChallengeChurch bases every single argument on a fallacy of “You can’t explain X, therefore God”. There is never any attempt to present evidence for the claims made, but rather questions and false assumptions about out current scientific understanding of the natural order.

I don’t need to go into detail how this argument doesn’t stand up, except to say atheists accept science doesn’t explain everything, but they also accept that stating “god did it” explains nothing.

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