Religions Wiki:Article relevance guidelines
Religions Wiki is intended to provide information on apologetics and counter-apologetics. We'll be collecting common arguments and providing responses, information and resources to help counter the glut of misinformation and poor arguments which masquerade as evidence for religious claims.
Of primary importance:
- Arguments for the existence of god
- Arguments against the existence of god
- Arguments for belief
- Arguments against belief
- Arguments against organized religion
- Atheism and agnosticism, their ideas, arguments for and against them.
- Concepts from philosophy, logic, fallacies and theology that are commonly used in religious apologetics
Of secondary importance:
- Religions and their holy books
- Notable apologists and counter-apologists
- Notable apologetic and counter-apologists books
- Religions' position and arguments on issues in the culture wars
- Scientific concepts disputed by apologists
Our ultimate goal is to provide a robust and definitive resource for:
- atheists seeking responses to common apologetic arguments
- theists who are questioning the efficacy of their beliefs
- apologists who feel that their "pet" argument is above reproach
- individuals of any philosophical ideal who have an interest in religious studies
Regarding biographies, a summary of a person's beliefs with links is helpful. However, the detail of peoples' arguments and beliefs belong on the article page dedicated to that concept, rather than on a biographical page. Please avoid having biographical or book pages that are excessively long or filled with trivial details.
- Introduction to Iron Chariots