Matt Lowry is a high school and college physics professor with a strong interest in promoting science education and critical thinking among his students and the population in general. He is a self-described skeptic, someone who believes in Carl Sagan’s adage that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” He muses on these and other topics at his blog, The Skeptical Teacher (http://skepticalteacher.org)
With a great many Syrian refugees in desperate need of assistance, far too many Christians seems to be hiding behind excuses and ...
The recent Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage in the U.S. has opened up a massive can of worms, with many people ...
Based on blog post, "You Just Don't Know As Much As Me!"
Based on the blog post, "It Takes Religion To Make Good People Do Bad Things"
During these past few weeks, I've been pushing to get more people involved in my site, particularly those outside of my normal ...
One of the most frequent problems that I find in discussions on evidence for various claims is that people will often make ...
In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, there has been much soul searching regarding free speech, religion, what is ...
There is an oft-quoted argument from Steven Wienberg that, "With or without religion, good people can behave well and bad people can ...
The whole idea for what eventually has become "Wrest In Peace" started in 2006 in a remote, tiny village, high in the ...
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