Iron Chariots Wiki:Requested pages

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* ''[[Losing Faith in Faith]]'' by [[Dan Barker]]
* ''[[Losing Faith in Faith]]'' by [[Dan Barker]]
* ''[[Skeptical Inquirer]]''
* ''[[Skeptical Inquirer]]''
* ''[[Life--How Did it Get Here?]] By Evolution or By Creation?'', Watchtower society anti-evolution book.
===Film, TV, video===
===Film, TV, video===

Revision as of 11:41, 29 June 2008

Got a page that you would love to see an article about, but you don't have the time or knowledge to write it yourself? Put a request here and somebody may do your work for you!

For those who are editing, don't forget to check the Wanted Pages list.

If any of the requests below correspond to existing articles, but those articles are still very short, please remove the entry here and tag the article with an appropriate stub template. Stub articles in need of expansion can be found in the Stubs category.



See also: Iron Chariots Wiki:Requested pages/Lists of atheists



Fictional, Biblical, scriptural

Religions and religious topics

Specific denominations, sects, cults

Religious texts

Bible stories, parables, etc.

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.
  • Premise
  • Proof
  • Suicide

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.


  • Consciousness There's a need to define it
  • Emotion
  • Human
  • Mind
  • Nature
  • 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

Film, TV, video

Websites, blogs, podcasts

General, miscellaneous, other

See also

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