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'''Jeffery Jay Lowder''' is a cofounder and past President of [[Internet Infidels]], Inc. which is one of the principle websites for [[atheism|atheists]], [[agnosticism|agnostics]] and [[Philosophical Sketpicism|skeptics]] on the internet.<ref>http://www.infidels.org/library/modern/jeff_lowder/</ref> [[Christian apologetics|Christian apologist]] [[JP Holding]] offers several rebuttals of the work of Jeffery Jay Lowder in regards to [[Christianity]].<ref>http://www.tektonics.org/TK-L.html</ref>
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'''Jeffery Jay Lowder''' is a cofounder and past President of [[Internet Infidels]], Inc. which is one of the principle websites for [[atheism|atheists]], [[agnosticism|agnostics]] and [[Philosophical skepticism|skeptics]] on the internet.<ref>http://www.infidels.org/library/modern/jeff_lowder/</ref> [[Christian apologetics|Christian apologist]] [[JP Holding]] offers several rebuttals of the work of Jeffery Jay Lowder in regards to [[Christianity]].<ref>http://www.tektonics.org/TK-L.html</ref>
  
 
In October of 1997, [[atheist]] Jeffrey Jay Lowder stated that he believed that "the most impressive debater to date" was [[Doug Jesseph]].<ref>http://www.infidels.org/infidels/newsletter/1997/october.html</ref> Yet Doug Jesseph claimed in a debate with [[William Lane Craig]] in 1996 that the [[origin of life]] had a detailed atheistic explanation(s).<ref>http://www.infidels.org/library/modern/doug_jesseph/jesseph-craig/jesseph1.html</ref> In 1996, [[John Horgan]] wrote the following regarding what the highly respected origin of life researcher [[Stanley Miller]] believed to the case regarding naturalistic explanations of the origin of life: "Miller seemed unimpressed with any of the current proposals on the origin of life, referring to them as “nonsense” or “paper chemistry.”"<ref>http://www.trueorigin.org/abio.asp</ref>  In addition, in 1996, John Horgan wrote the following in ''[[Scientific American]]'': "The origin of life is a science writer's dream. It abounds with exotic scientists and exotic theories, which are never entirely abandoned or accepted, but merely go in and out of fashion."<ref>http://members.iinet.net.au/~sejones/orignl01.html#orgnflfmjrprblmschcknndgg</ref>
 
In October of 1997, [[atheist]] Jeffrey Jay Lowder stated that he believed that "the most impressive debater to date" was [[Doug Jesseph]].<ref>http://www.infidels.org/infidels/newsletter/1997/october.html</ref> Yet Doug Jesseph claimed in a debate with [[William Lane Craig]] in 1996 that the [[origin of life]] had a detailed atheistic explanation(s).<ref>http://www.infidels.org/library/modern/doug_jesseph/jesseph-craig/jesseph1.html</ref> In 1996, [[John Horgan]] wrote the following regarding what the highly respected origin of life researcher [[Stanley Miller]] believed to the case regarding naturalistic explanations of the origin of life: "Miller seemed unimpressed with any of the current proposals on the origin of life, referring to them as “nonsense” or “paper chemistry.”"<ref>http://www.trueorigin.org/abio.asp</ref>  In addition, in 1996, John Horgan wrote the following in ''[[Scientific American]]'': "The origin of life is a science writer's dream. It abounds with exotic scientists and exotic theories, which are never entirely abandoned or accepted, but merely go in and out of fashion."<ref>http://members.iinet.net.au/~sejones/orignl01.html#orgnflfmjrprblmschcknndgg</ref>

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Jeffery Jay Lowder is a cofounder and past President of Internet Infidels, Inc. which is one of the principle websites for atheists, agnostics and skeptics on the internet.[1] Christian apologist JP Holding offers several rebuttals of the work of Jeffery Jay Lowder in regards to Christianity.[2]

In October of 1997, atheist Jeffrey Jay Lowder stated that he believed that "the most impressive debater to date" was Doug Jesseph.[3] Yet Doug Jesseph claimed in a debate with William Lane Craig in 1996 that the origin of life had a detailed atheistic explanation(s).[4] In 1996, John Horgan wrote the following regarding what the highly respected origin of life researcher Stanley Miller believed to the case regarding naturalistic explanations of the origin of life: "Miller seemed unimpressed with any of the current proposals on the origin of life, referring to them as “nonsense” or “paper chemistry.”"[5] In addition, in 1996, John Horgan wrote the following in Scientific American: "The origin of life is a science writer's dream. It abounds with exotic scientists and exotic theories, which are never entirely abandoned or accepted, but merely go in and out of fashion."[6]

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