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Bad Arguments Against Religion

Date recorded: 20 May 2012 | Speaker: Greg Koukl | Event: ELF Workshop
Bad Arguments Against Religion


It is axiomatic that otherwise intelligent people—doctors, lawyers, professors, academics of all stripes—make fundamental mistakes in thinking when it comes to spiritual things. In this session, the speaker examines some of those popular missteps—for example, claiming there is no truth, confusing faith with wishing, arguing that evil is good evidence against God, assuming science has disproved religion, attacking the believer instead of his belief, etc.—and shows that none of these offers safe harbour for critics.