Part 3 of an ongoing series covering the 'Skeptics Annotated Bible' by Steve Wells.
For similar posts, see "Evangelical (Atheist) Eisegesis." I am an atheist. This means that I do not believe there are any gods in existence. Am I 100% certain about this? No. But on balance I find it more likely than not that the god of the so-called Abrahamic religions, the various deities of Greco-Roman lore,... Continue Reading →
For more posts in this series, "Evangelical (Atheist) Eisegesis." As is so often the case with atheistic readings of biblical texts, the annotations of Steve Wells in his Skeptic’s Annotated Bible are bewildering. At times, SAB gets things precisely correct, like when it decries what amounts to divinely sanctioned marital rape in Deuteronomy 21:10-14. Wells summarizes the passage by... Continue Reading →
For more posts in this series, "Evangelical (Atheist) Eisegesis." I became an atheist in 2013 after a yearlong battle staving off doubt and unbelief through prayerful meditation over the Bible and by reengaging apologetic literature that had helped me in the past. When my journey to atheism first began, I read Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion ... Continue Reading →