https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HruV04C5iF8 This is the blog post that launched the livestream debate between Harris and I. In case anyone wants the sources as I couldn't comment on the Livestream chat at the time, I think its because I didn't have a log-in but I can't be sure. Here are the Sources: Southern Poverty Law Center's Info … Continue reading My Wonderful Livestream debate with Harris Sultan
I’ll start with more lax critiques before going into major ones regarding history: Are contemporary Christian conversions working in India? It seems to be decreasing everywhere except China and South Africa, but perhaps all isn't what it seems? Christianity’s only claim to power is in privileged resources; do people not recognize how self-refuting that is? … Continue reading What is Christianity’s Legacy in India?
I've written about how Faith in Doubt was a 4-year project and about why you shouldn't be daunted by the page count, so I'd like to go into more details for people who might still be on the fence despite such assurances and explain briefly what each section has to offer so I wanted to … Continue reading Why Should You Consider Reading Faith in Doubt: Do You Question Your Faith?
Note: Two chapters left, but it seems I wasn't able to make it by the deadline of today, but I am so very close.
I recently happened upon this disinformation article by IndiaToday claiming to be factual. It is full of misdirection, omissions, and lies and I want to prove it to you all. Sharia law courts must NEVER be allowed in India. Do not allow this horrible, disgusting system infect India because of "religious tolerance" -- it is … Continue reading “Shariat” Courts Must NEVER Be Allowed In India
Why This Millennial Became An Atheist
Arundhati Roy isn’t some brave activist putting her life on the line; she’s a bigot, a charlatan,and someone who clearly doesn’t care about literal genocide happening repeatedly around India’s borders.
Although I'd like to praise this work, as I largely liked Nicholson's analyses and enjoyed reading some of them, I'm compelled by my own academic standards to give Unifying Hinduism a negative review. First, let me just say that for the average reader that this book will possibly satisfy interest in examining interesting parts about … Continue reading Review of Unifying Hinduism by Andrew Nicholson: Errors in Reasoning