Ask an Atheist with Sam Mulvey

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Punk Rock Enough

Becky, Dan, and Luke reflect on the varied ways to be an atheist, criticize the effects of blasphemy laws, and strike back on claims that environmental activism is a religion.



My question is in reference to logic. In deductive arguments is [validity] the same as sound? I only ask because of the definition of [validity] confuses me: “the quality of being logically or factually sound; soundness or cogency.” -Mike from The Internet

Recently a Jehovah’s Witness approached me and said, “I’d like to prove that God isn’t responsible for catastrophes that people blame him for recently…” All I could think was “whoa, there’s so many assumptions in that sentence!” -Charles from Queensland

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Faux News’ show Outnumbered is not titled after the opinions expressed but after the cast of the show: one man and four women.
If anything, it’s their “feminist” show, where “the females” have more say… As they sit in a semi-circle, wearing programming approved dresses, without a table to obstruct the view in the wide-shot…

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