Moral Relativism: Absolute Morality is Not Possible, in the following sections:
Subjectivism and Phenomenology: Is Objective Truth Obtainable?, in the following sections:
The Four Dimensions and the Immutability of God, in the following sections:
What is Skepticism and Its Values?, in the following sections:
God is Logically Impossible: The Argument for Atheism from Incoherence, in the following sections:
Metaphysical Solipsism is Not True, in the following sections:
The Illusion of Choice: Free Will and Determinism, in the following sections:
Is Free Will the Reason God Allows Evil and Suffering?: 1. The Problem of Evil
The Experience of Evil Theodicy
Why God Created Evil: The Absence of Good?: 1. The Problem of Evil
Natural Evil such as Earthquakes: Evidence That God is Not Good: 1. The Problem of Evil
The Problem of Evil: Why Would a Good God Create Suffering?
God and Goodness: Can a Perfectly Good God Exist? Is God Love?: 6. The Problem of Evil
God Never Needs to Test Us: 1. The Problem of Evil
The Validity of Love Theodicy: God, Humans, Free Will and Evil
Biblical Christianity Denies Free Will
Christian Moral Theory and Morality in Action: Biblical Morals and Social Disaster: 1. The Bible Does Not Provide Us With Any Moral Absolutes
Is the Christian God Evil? Evidence from Scripture and Nature: 7. The Problem of Evil
The Universe Could Not Have Been Created by God: The Failure of First Cause Arguments: 3. The Anthropic Coincidences: Was the Universe Fine-Tuned for Life?
Homocentricity or Anthropocentrism: Why Do Religions Think Humanity Is Central to God and Creation?: 2.3. The Failure of the Anthropic Coincidences Argument: The Universe Was Not Fine-Tuned for Life
Fundamentalism and Literalism in World Religions: 4.2. Arguing Against Literalism: It Is Impossible to Read Text Objectively
What Causes Religion and Superstitions?: 5.2. The Anthropic Coincidences
Do We Need Religion to Have Good Morals?: 2.1. Subjectivism Prevents the Revealing of Absolute Morals
Errors in Thinking: Cognitive Errors, Wishful Thinking and Sacred Truths: 6. The Prevention of Errors: Science and Skepticism
Perception is Influenced By Expectation: You Can't Always Trust Your Senses: 4. Subjectivism and Phenomenology: Is Objective Truth Obtainable?
Why are Our Memories Unreliable?: 5. Subjectivism and Phenomenology: Is Objective Truth Obtainable?
To Act Morally or With Free Will, You First Need Knowledge
What Do Religions Say About Souls?
Bible-Based Absolute Morals are Impossible Because All Scripture is Interpreted Subjectively
The Anthropic Coincidences: Is the Universe Fine-Tuned for Life?
The False and Conflicting Experiences of Mankind: How Other Peoples' Experience Contradict Our Own Beliefs: 3. Subjectivism: We All See and Experience Things Differently
Theological Problems with Heaven, Paradise and Nirvana: 2.1. Why Would God Create Suffering and Pain?
How to Kill God and Reduce Religion: 1.1. Things to Bring Up in Debates
Altruism is an Illusion
Quantum Physics Pseudo-scientific Theory of Soul
Souls do not Exist: Evidence from Science & Philosophy Against Mind-Body Dualism
What is Science and the Scientific Method?: 1.6. Occam's Razor: Simplicity & Fewer Assumptions are Better
Opposites are Illusions
Infanticide and Heaven: Killing Babies for God: 4. The Problem of Evil
Is God All-Powerful? Can God or Anything Truly Be Omnipotent?: 3. The Problem of Evil