C. S. Lewis argues that morality cannot be explained by evolutionary herd instinct, and resorts to a creationist-style logic to make the case.
It is often said that, since Jesus claimed to be God, he was a "lunatic, liar, or Lord," but some argue that there are other possibilities.
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.