The principles underlying Paley's famous 'argument from design' can be used to formulate an argument against the existence of God.
I respond to Plantinga's evolutionary argument against naturalism, and develop my own evolutionary argument against theism.
A critique of the theistic argument that the existence of free will can solve the philosophical problem of evil.
The Ark of the Covenant appears to have been inspired by similar ritual objects known from ancient Egypt.
Allegorical interpretations of Genesis have been used to solve the conflict between the creation story and evolution. But is it a valid approach?
I look at 5 Bible verses that show that the biblical authors believed in the existence of multiple gods.
A New Testament scholar recently proposed that Jesus might have seen himself as empowered by the demon Beelzebub.