A Swedish Youtuber talks about the destruction of European culture, women and the family by the Sexual Revolution and the May 68 movement.
Tonight we try an experiment: The nerds of the Escaping Atheism team are going to nerd out to some gaming discussion!
Max and Jack, both non-Atheists, used to be part of the Men’s Rights Movement. We still talk about it on occasion because the issues are real and matter–and toxic Atheism pollutes that entire movement.
The Irrational Atheist: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1…
Conservapedia’s Atheism references (source is reputable on this topic, in terms of its references): http://www.conservapedia.com/Atheism
Fantastic anti-Atheist memes continue to propagate. Here’s some Max rounded up for tonight!
Converts (including converts to Atheism) usually are more extreme in aggregate than people born into a worldview. Is this good, bad, or just a thing? How can we take advantage of it, and avoid its pitffalls?
Science Fiction writer, lawyer, and former newspaperman John C. Wright talks about his escape from the mind-trap of Atheism.
“Street Epistemology” is a cult movement that works with bad Epistemology and ludicrously slanted sales techniques to sell Atheism, along with phony science and phony history. Max recently had a talk with one. Andrew has a dissection.
To see the off-the-cuff conversation with what turned out to be two well-trained and well-prepared Atheists, check this with “Gonna Go For It” and “Molly.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MT2t…
What is Latin Mass all about?
Richard Carrier was proven a fraud — a genuine faker and liar — on a recent test stream by Max Kolbe and Professor Stephanie Thomason. His fans (and likely sock puppets), did everything possible to change the subject. Hilarity ensued.
Stephanie Thomason exposes fraud Richard Carrier: https://christianapologistweb.wordpre…
Our conversation with Professor Thomason: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ednv…
Thomason on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Lead1225