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Throwing shade on Pascal's wager.

You’ve got to know when to hold ‘em.

You may have heard the term Pascal's wager… or you haven’t and you’re probably asking, who is Pascal and what was the wager? Understandable.

Blaise Pascal (1623–1662) was a seventeenth-century French philosopher, mathematician, and physicist who posed a rational argument (at it’s most simplistic), that asks atheists…

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Valuing truth over belief. Stripping back religious rhetoric, faith-based sophistry, and apologetics with the strategic use of objective facts, statistics, and puns. Submissions welcome.

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Michelle Steele

Michelle Steele

Writing for the love of it. A puntastic atheist, an awful cook, an amateur scientist. A noob on Medium but an expert on Quora.

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