Kyle J. Gerkin
A Counterclockwise Paley (2002)
Gerkin takes the classic theistic Argument to Design from William Paley's Natural Theology, "the watchmaker analogy," argues that it is logically flawed as an argument for theism, then turns it on its head and reformulates it as an argument for atheism.
Objections Sustained! (2001)
A thorough and detailed critique of Lee Strobel's The Case For Faith: A Journalist Investigates the Toughest Objections to Christianity. This review actually ranges across almost all the issues between Christians and atheists, and Gerkin directs readers to all the relevant sections of the Secular Web, making this an excellent introduction to our website and arguments for unbelief.
Still Failing the Bar Exam (2002) by J. P. Holding (Off Site)
J. P. Holding responds to Gerkin's critique of Lee Strobel's The Case for Faith.
Holding Overruled (2002) by Kyle J. Gerkin
Gerkin responds to Holding's critique, "Still Failing the Bar Exam."
Objection Dismissed on Appeal (2006) by James Hannam
Though Kyle J. Gerkin's critique of Lee Strobel's The Case for Faith has a great deal to recommend it, and probably even represents the conventional wisdom in skeptical circles, his reply to objection #7 contains a number of factual errors. While earlier historians would have agreed with many of Gerkin's points, current research in the history of science and religion that has yet to percolate into the public consciousness casts doubt upon much of what he says. In this essay Hannam outlines Gerkin's various errors of fact, distinguishing his own views from the relatively uncontroversial conclusions of historians.
Three Strikes, You're Out!--The Quick and Dirty Case Against Mormonism (2004)
Every time the Book of Mormon has met a true challenge, the result has been nothing short of colossal failure.