Who would die for a lie?
A common argument given for belief in Christianity is the "Who would die for a lie?" argument.
I have posted a new essay that gives a response that is unique from the other criticisms of this rather lame argument. Let me add that there are tons of valid criticisms of this argument, but I hope that you find my version an interesting alternative.
Response to: Who would Die for a Lie? -- A Christian cannot simultaneously claim to live in a world of demon possession and exorcisms; a world where angels proclaim messages to shepherds and disciples -- and a world where naturalistic explanations are the only available ones to explain the behavior of people.
As always, I'm interested in knowing your thoughts on the essay!