Agnostic Resource Site
"Fix reason firmly in her seat, and call to her tribunal every fact, every opinion. Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blindfolded fear". --Thomas Jefferson
I will be taking this website down shortly due to the demands on my time (Graduate school). I'd like to thank all who contributed research to the debate between Christianity and Atheism in these pages. Your help has been much appreciated. If you still visit this site for resources, I am leaving the Suggested Links page up to help you with your search. Remember, keep those minds pumping.
Other Resource Links:
My Rating system is based on 1 - 10, 10 being the best.
- Internet Infidels A definitive resource for atheistic literature. High reference content, well rounded in theology and science, and contains a search engine. (Rating: 8.6)
- American Atheists This is a group with no small amount of political power. Low on the resource side, but they do have links to finding and contacting your state Senator or Representitive. (Rating: 3.9)
- Cygnus Study Heavily involved in biblical errancy, low science orientation, but strong historical perspective (Rating: 7.3)
- Activist Corner News wire for atheist/humanist/agnostic/freethinker. (Rating:1.5)
- Talk Origins A definitive resource for evolutionary material, but almost nothing of anything else. (Rating: 5.4)
- Christian/Creationist/Fundamentalist (my ratings, I admit, are probably biased)
- Institute for Creation Research The Impact Articles are useful, but some scientific theories/facts are misrepresented/misinterpreted and misleading to the scientific illiterate. (Rating 5.7)
- Biblical Archaeology There is a fairly good resource section here. I am concerned, however, that they might be looking for artifacts that support their beliefs rather than an unbiased search for the truth. (Rating: 6.5)
- Neutral (or beneficial to both sides)
- Ecole Initiative: Creating an Encyclopedia of Early Church History. This seems like a historical/archaeological encyclopedia designed for the scholar who knows what information he is researching. (Rating 6.2)
- The Skeptic's Dictionary I firmly believe agreeing on definitions and language is important to any discussion. (Rating: 5.8)