Flawed Arguments in “The Argument from Human Consciousness”

Looking to better understand the arguments surrounding the relationship between human consciousness and the existence of God and the soul? This article examines the logical fallacies and scientific inaccuracies in the argument for the existence of God and the soul based on human consciousness, and offers alternative explanations for this complex phenomenon. Don’t miss out on this in-depth analysis of a controversial topic.

Rebuttal: Evolution: Natural Selection or Divine Choice?

Is the process of evolution guided by a divine force or is it simply a natural process? The article “Evolution: Natural Selection or Divine Choice?” published on the Muslim Times argues that the Guided Evolution perspective, which aligns with the Islamic perspective, is the most scientifically and philosophically sound explanation for the origin of life on Earth. But is this really the case? Read on to find out more about the scientific errors and logical fallacies present in this article and discover the true nature of the evolutionary process.

Is Islam True? Key Takeaways from the Debate between Matt Dillahunty and Nadir Ahmed

In the recent debate “Is Islam True: Matt Dillahunty vs Nadir Ahmed,” both debaters presented their arguments for and against the truth of Islam. Nadir Ahmed argued that the scientific miracles of the Quran, the benefits Islam has provided to humanity, and the rehabilitative power of Islam in addressing societal issues all point to its truth. On the other hand, Matt Dillahunty argued that the lack of empirical evidence for the claims made by Islam and the inconsistencies within Islamic scripture undermine its truth. The controversy surrounding Nadir Ahmed’s comments on child marriage highlighted the importance of human rights and the need to address problematic aspects of religions.

Christianity Could Become a Minority in the US Within a Few Decades, According to New Study

A new study from the Pew Research Center suggests that Christianity could become a minority in the United States within a few decades. The study used current religious compositions, demographic data, and rates of “religious switching” to project four possible landscapes for the US by 2070. The study found that if recent trends in religious switching continue, Christians could make up less than half of the US population within a few decades.

Winter Solstice and Atheism: Separating Myth from Reality

The winter solstice is an important annual event that marks the shortest day and longest night of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. While it has traditionally been associated with religious celebrations, such as Christmas, it is important to understand the reality of the solstice from an atheist perspective. Many ancient societies held celebrations around the time of the solstice, but these were not necessarily tied to the solstice itself. In modern times, some atheists celebrate the solstice as a time to embrace reason, science, and humanist values, while others may simply enjoy the secular traditions of the holiday season.

The Flawed Assumptions of the Kalam Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God

Upon closer examination, it becomes clear that the Kalam Cosmological Argument for the existence of God is flawed and lacks a logical foundation. The argument relies on the assumption that something cannot come from nothing, which is not supported by scientific evidence, and it assumes that God is the only possible explanation for the existence of the universe.