r/reasonablefaith

Our Mission: Reasonable Faith aims to provide a subreddit which focuses on: * Philosophical and metaphysical defenses of theism broadly, and Christianity particularly * Rhetorical defenses of theistic belief broadly and Christian belief particularly * Providing an environment where people develop arguments and insights into the above, or critique same from a friendly perspective * Providing an environment where all this can be done without being overwhelmed by atheist or hostile perspectives

Created on Jun 4, 2013.

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