Essay: Debate challenge to new atheist Kyle Kulinski

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Conservapedia challenges new atheist Kyle Kulinski to find one factual error in Conservapedia's atheism article.

Will Conservapedia's atheism article pop Kyle Kulinksi's new atheist bubble? Using the definition of atheism that encyclopedias of philosophy use, does Kulinski have proof and evidence that atheism is true?

Christianity vs. atheism debate offer

Conservapedia challenges atheist Kyle Kulinski to a written Atheism vs. Christianity debate.

Will Kyle Kulinski accept this debate or is he all "Secular Talk" and no secular action. Secular talk is cheap and User: Conservative will win this debate hands down should Mr. Kulinkski manage to overcome the cowardice that so many of contemporary new atheists/agnostics exhibit and accept this debate offer (see: Atheism and cowardice). And the victory would not be due to the debating prowess of User: Conservative, but due to the inherent weakness of atheist worldview and the strength of Christianity. See: Rebuttals to atheist arguments and Evidence for Christianity.

Mr. Kulinkski, why do you still admire Richard Dawkins?

Mr. Kulinkski, I know you are an admirer of Richard Dawkins. Are you familiar with the Rabbi Shmuley Boteach vs. Richard Dawkins debate and the aftermath which further humbled Mr. Dawkins?

How can you be an admirer of Richard Dawkins after he so thoroughly discredited himself by losing the videotaped debate to Rabbi Boteach according to the college audience and then later trying to deny that the debate ever occurred? How can you admire Richard Dawkins when he is afraid to debate William Lane Craig in a one on one debate? See: Richard Dawkins and William Lane Craig. Admiring Richard Dawkins is admiring defeat and cowardice. And that is why I suspect you will decline this debate offer.

Web traffic of Richard Dawkins' website: Quantcast which directly measures its web traffic

See also: Richard Dawkins' loss of influence

The above graph shows the monthly website traffic to Richard Dawkins' website as of June 22, 2015 in terms of unique monthly web visitors.[1] As you can see above, in 2012, Richard Dawkins saw a very large decrease in web traffic.

The website traffic is measured via Quantcast which directly measures Dawkins' website traffic via embedded code on his website.[2]

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