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Resources - Education - Skepticism and Critical Thinking

These internet sites are focused on skepticism and critical thinking.  If you know of a web site that should be included in this list, please share it with us.

[Counter Arguments]Counter Arguments
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClFLXO6ecX-ucJp9gGJYiDw
This channel, entitled "Counter Arguments," has within it a collection of counter-arguments in response to arguments put forward either by mass numbers of people or individuals with power and/or fame.  The idea is simple: challenge ideas and concepts.  If these videos entertain you along the way, that's a perk that you're entirely welcome to.

[God is imaginary]God is imaginary
https://www.godisimaginary.com/
Billions of people attend millions of churches around the world to worship God.  Yet the God they worship is completely imaginary. Their belief represents a delusion.  It is easy to prove that God is imaginary, and the web site's author, Marshall Brian, shows you how.

[Qualia Soup]Qualia Soup
https://www.youtube.com/user/QualiaSoup
Qualia Soup is a professional video cartoon series that teaches important logic and critical thinking concepts.  This wonderful collection of videos is highly recommended for teenagers and adults of all ages, and is presented in a pleasant style that makes it easy to learn how to apply logic or improve critical thinking skills.

[Why won't God heal amputees?]Why won't God heal amputees?
https://www.whywontgodhealamputees.com/
Does God answer prayers?  According to believers, the answer is certainly yes, but by looking at amputees we can see that something is wrong -- Jesus is not telling the truth, and God never answers prayers to spontaneously restore lost limbs, despite Jesus' statements in the Bible.  Accepting this piece of factual information, rather than denying it, is the first step in understanding something extremely important about how prayer really works.
 
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