Tour Changes: Chicago Is Now This Sunday & OKC Has a New Venue!

Two last-minute changes to my July-August tour: I’ll be in Chicago this Sunday night instead of Wednesday; and my Oklahoma City gig has a new venue in OKC itself! Chicago (IL) • NEW DATE: 22 July (Sunday) • 7-10pm • Holloway’s (Marriott at 410 N. Dearborn St., 2nd Floor) Oklahoma City (OK) • 14 August…

Exposing the Jesus Myth in Spanish!

Chilean scholar David Cáceres González is slowly translating select blogs of mine into Spanish. It’s pretty cool and well worth letting any Spanish speaking folks know about who might be interested. Spread the word! The site is Mitos o Historia. The translator also offers very affordable Spanish language lessons and translation services, so check that…

Learn the Science & Philosophy of Moral Reasoning in August!

Hone your philosophy skills, master how best to debate the moral argument, learn how to improve your own philosophy of life and moral reasoning skills. Take my online course on The Science & Philosophy of Morality this August! Use code 2277437 for $10 discount. This is a good part of becoming a better philosopher, for…

Psychology Today: Lame Shill for Medieval Godist Dribble

Wow. Holy Archons of the Ancient Aeons. I just found out that in 2011 the online edition of Psychology Today published an article arguing Thomas Aquinas proved God exists and science can go stuff it. Called “The Scientific Atheism Fallacy: How Science Declares that God Is Dead, But Can’t Prove It” (tagline: “Without proof, should…

More Asscrankery from Tim O’Neill

I’ve already documented that the amateur rage blogger Tim O’Neill is a hack and a liar in the Gullibility of Bart Ehrman & the Asscrankery of Tim O’Neill. How he responded to being caught lying and screwing up basic facts of history illustrates why he is an asscrank, a total tinfoil hatter, filled with slanderous…

See Me Speak in Irvine Next Month!

In Irvine, California, on Wednesday August 8, I’ll be speaking on “How Christianity Began without a Real Jesus.” I’ll also be discussing what it was Christians in the beginning were actually dying for (when they even were; hint: it wasn’t for having lunch with a resurrected Jesus). I’ll have all my books on hand to…

James McGrath Gets Everything Wrong (Again)

Just this month Bible scholar James McGrath, whose incompetence and dishonesty I have documented several times now (example, example, example, example), posted a really foolish attempt to critique Bayesian history on his blog. Titled Jesus Mythicism: Two Truths and a Lie, McGrath aims to expose “the problematic case that” I have “made for incorporating mathematical…