A young atheist stumps a Christian debater with some simple questions about Christianity, and the supposed morality of an all knowing, all loving, all powerful god.
Last month, at a Christian/atheist debate/discussion in Beaverton, Oregon, an eighth grade student identified as “Chad” had a chance to question Christian debater Ben Clifton, identified as an adjunct Instructor at a Bible school.
Anyone who has thought deeply about Christianity has probably contemplated the simple and straightforward questions Chad asked of defender of the faith Clifton. Yet Clifton failed to offer a satisfactory answer to any of Chad’s powerful and profound questions.
No doubt some Christian apologists will argue that Clifton lacked the theological knowledge and/or rhetorical skill to satisfactorily answer Chad’s questions. However, the more thoughtful will recognize that such questions cannot be given a satisfactory answer, and that Christian dogma cannot be defended, for the dogma is ultimately bankrupt, being neither moral, nor rational.