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A Debate Over Whether Atheism or Christianity is More Reasonable

A couple of weeks ago, at the Seattle Town Hall auditorium, atheist David McAfee (a frequent contributor to this site) and Christian apologist Luuk van de Weghe took part in a friendly debate on whether atheism or Christianity was more reasonable.
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