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- Michael Behe
- Peter H. Gilmore of the Church of Satan
- Sam Harris
- Josh McDowell
- Roy Moore
- Ralph Reed
- James Rutz (Jim Rutz as redirect)
- Carl Sagan
Fictional, Biblical, scriptural
Religions and religious topics
- Bad arguments against the existence of God -- are there any common arguments for atheism that are illogical, invalid, or otherwise weak?
- Calvinism (Calvinist as redirect)
- Crimen Sollicitationis (A document from the Catholic Church that set the global policy for the treatment of allegations of sex crimes)
- Heresy, heretic, heretical
- Israel, Israelite, Israelites
- Pagan, Pagans, Paganism
- Trinity Explain trinitarianism and the heretical concepts surrounding it such as modulism (one god shows self in three ways) and tritheism (three seperate beings)
- Zion, Zionism, Zionist
Specific denominations, sects, cults
- Bahá'í faith
- Jehovah's Witnesses (Jehovah's Witness as redirect)
- Orthodox Judaism
- Shia Islam (see Wikipedia:Shia Islam for various possible redirects)
- Shinto (Shintoism as redirect)
- Sunni Islam (Sunni as redirect)
- almost all of the individual books of the Bible (see Template:Books of the Bible for a listing)
- Dead Sea scrolls
- Torah, Tanakh, Talmud
Bible stories, parables, etc.
- Gods in the Old Testament — episodes 464, 466, and 483 of The Atheist Experience could be good starting points
Supernatural, paranormal, magic, myth
Philosophy, logic, ethics
- Common sense You know, people put a lot of emphasis on common sense, I think a page about examples where common sense lies to us would be nice.
Politics, society, culture
(Court cases, the state of freedom of religion in various states and countries, etc.)
- Torcaso v. Watkins -- The Supreme Court case that extended "no religious test" to states.
- Religious test
- Consciousness There's a need to define it
- Virtual particles (I don't know much about them, but they have been mentioned as another possible way for the universe to come into existence without god.)
- Volcanoes A recent episode of The 700 Club presented Seven Wonders Museum curator Lloyd Anderson, who claims Mount St. Helens is proof that the earth can change drastically in a short period of time. This needs to be refuted with some hard facts.
Books, articles, essays, other writings
- Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon by Daniel Dennett
- The End of Faith by Sam Harris
- Irreligion: A Mathematician Explains Why the Arguments for God Just Don't Add Up by John Allen Paulos (comes out Dec. 26, 2007)
- Losing Faith in Faith by Dan Barker
- Skeptical Inquirer
Film, TV, video
- The God who Wasn't There by Brian Flemming
- Jesus Camp
- A Brief History of Disbelief, hosted by Jonathan Miller (see http://www.abriefhistoryofdisbelief.org/)