On August 6, Matt Dillahunty and I had a debate in Dallas on whether Jesus rose from the dead. It was a fun exchange, and Matt invited me after to visit him in Austin for us to record a post-debate... Read More
There are far too many websites and YouTube videos on the internet advocating the belief that Jesus did not exist, but was in fact borrowed from some pre-existing deities. The Zeitgeist YouTube video alone has already been viewed over 3 million times, and it argues that Jesus was borrowed from the Egyptian falcon-headed deity named... Read More
After several months of researching and organizing information, I'm excited to announce the launch of BeliefMap's new section on the problem of divine hiddenness. This is specifically supposed to be a problem with belief in God's existence, and goes like this: If a perfectly loving... Read More
The secular historical case for Jesus's resurrection is perhaps the most popular argument for the truth of Christianity today in apologetics (=defense of the faith). There are some things you just wouldn't expect prominent atheist debaters to be saying about this case, unless it were surprisingly... Read More
In 2013, I was invited to face-off publicly against Dan Barker in a Paltalk room. Dan is a prominent speaker and debater for atheism, often accompanying Richard Dawkins and the like at various events (see him speak at Oxford here). The exchange lasted for 20 minutes.
Paul Gould is a philosophy professor at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He’s also an author of several books and the kind of guy who starts his ministry's website off with “God is on a mission to redeem and restore humanity, indeed, all of creation.... Read More
CounterApologist runs a blog where he “counters Christian apologetics with logic, reason, and evidence.” He recently posted "Debate Review: Matt Dillahunty vs. Blake Giunta." This reviews my July 12th debate with Matt Dillahunty, hosted in a bar by the Bible and Beer Consortium. I have to, of course, thank him for this nice... Read More