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Previously addressed arguments. The following articles feature detailed rebuttals to common apologetics in various media:
The following articles document apologetic issues and feature detailed rebuttals to common apologetics in various media:
* Recently, there was a group project to respond to the email titled "[[50 reasons to believe in god]]."  The point of the exercise was to revise and expand any relevant articles so that each one provides a coherent rebuttal to a clearly stated theistic argument.
* ''[[The Way of the Master]]'' — apologist TV series featuring [[Ray Comfort]] and [[Kirk Cameron]].
* The [[problem of evil]] is an argument against the existence of God that was expressed since at least ancient Greece.
** "[[The Beauty of a Broken Spirit—Atheism (Way of the Master)|The Beauty of a Broken Spirit—Atheism]]" — a ''Way of the Master'' episode on atheism.
* [[Mormonism]] and [[Islam]] both feature prophets that claim to have received holy scripture from a angel which promised to restore religion to its true form.
** "[[Evolution (Way of the Master)|Evolution]]" — a ''Way of the Master'' episode on evolution.
* [[Islam|Muslim]] apologists claim that [[Produce a Sura like it challenge|no one could write a chapter like those in the Qur'an]], which they say indicates the Qur'an is divine.
* [[Chick tract]]s — comic-book style series of evangelical pamphlets by Jack Chick.
** "[[Big Daddy? (Chick tract)|Big Daddy?]]" — a Chick tract focusing on evolution.
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Iron Chariots is intended to provide information on apologetics and counter-apologetics. We'll be collecting common arguments and providing responses, information and resources to help counter the glut of misinformation and poor arguments which masquerade as evidence for religious claims.

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