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Previously addressed arguments. The following articles feature detailed rebuttals to common apologetics in various media:
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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.
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* ''[[The Way of the Master]]'' — apologist TV series featuring [[Ray Comfort]] and [[Kirk Cameron]].
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* [[Presuppositional apologetics]] is a family of arguments for the existence of God. It mainly relies on unsupported assumptions and often involves the apologist attempting to undermine an atheist's "knowledge" and world view.
** "[[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.
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* [[Sharia law]] is the religious law expressed by the [[Qur'an]] and followed by many [[Islam|Muslims]]. It may have been typical for the 7th century CE but now hardly fit for purpose.
** "[[Evolution (Way of the Master)|Evolution]]" — a ''Way of the Master'' episode on evolution.
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* [[How can finite phenomena prove an infinite God?]] is a philosophical challenge to apologists that points out that no amount of finite phenomena could possibly establish their conclusion of an infinite God.
* [[Chick tract]]s — comic-book style series of evangelical pamphlets by Jack Chick.
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** "[[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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The following articles document apologetic issues and feature detailed rebuttals to common apologetics in various media:

  • Presuppositional apologetics is a family of arguments for the existence of God. It mainly relies on unsupported assumptions and often involves the apologist attempting to undermine an atheist's "knowledge" and world view.
  • Sharia law is the religious law expressed by the Qur'an and followed by many Muslims. It may have been typical for the 7th century CE but now hardly fit for purpose.
  • How can finite phenomena prove an infinite God? is a philosophical challenge to apologists that points out that no amount of finite phenomena could possibly establish their conclusion of an infinite God.

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