What is skepticism? Skepticism is using logic and evidence to evaluate a claim. We all use it every day when we meet new people, listen to the news or buy a car. People make claims all the time and if we accepted those claims at face value, harm can ensue. Skepticism requires no more than to apply it to any claim, including claims of the supernatural. As Matt Dillahunty states so eloquently, “I want to believe as many true things and as few false things as possible”.

Here are some links that utilize evidence and reasoning in specific areas such as evolution and biblical claims.



Foundational Falsehoods of Creationism

Iron Chariots

National Center for Science

Talk Origins




Skeptical Inquirer

Skeptics Society and Skeptic Magazine

Dogma Debate

Atheist Experience

Greta Christina’s Blog

Penn’s Sunday School

Phil Ferguson Show

Talk Nerdy with Cara Santa Maria



Black Nonbelivers, Inc.


Spreaker Blog

Critically Thinking Through the Bible

The Podunk Polymath

My Book of Mormon

Hey! Who turned on the lights?!

Godless in Dixie

Interview An Atheist At Church Day


The Anti-religious Atheist

Relevant Philosophy of Chandler

Life of Yan ♥

Minnesota Humanist Alliance


The Buy-bull Journal

One Atheist

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