Judge the Religious Turing Test
By Bryan Caplan
You can now vote in Leah Libresco’s religious Turing Test. Anyone care to predict the results? Propose a bet?
Update: I just voted. Overall, amazingly credible answers – I suspect Leah is drawing heavily from ultra-sophisticated Ivy League Christians. The main smoking guns I thought I saw (there isn’t a single answer I’d claim >80% certainty on) were:
a. Mentioning obscure atheist authors, which I took as a strong sign of genuine atheism.
b. Dwelling on the Problem of Evil, which I took as a strong sign of fake atheism. This is the kind of argument that probably weighs heavily on Christians, but I’ve rarely heard atheists make much of it.