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Basic Description Edit

Matt Slick is the founder of CARM, which is a website aggregating Matt Slick's subjective opinions masquerading as well researched articles. Matt is a well known narcissistic apologetic personality with lots of experience; he has experience losing debates in lecture halls, he has experience losing debates in churches, and he also has experience losing debates on the internet. To this day there is not a venue known that exists where Matt Slick wouldn't lose a debate.

Though by day he is a professional stupid person running a professionally stupid website, by night he assumes the mantle of subject for the Bible Thumping Wingnut Show on YouTube with his personal ball washer: Andrew Rappaport, where he proudly serves as punching bag for both atheists and theists alike. With highlights such as getting pinned on the Euthyphro dilemma, getting pinned on his abuse of logical concepts, getting pinned on TAG, getting pinned on the impossibility of a young Earth, getting pinned on morality, getting pinned on presup, getting pinned on slavery, getting pinned on (insert anything here), Matt Slick sets the bar very high for theists who really want to make a difference helping the cause of atheism. 

Despite being yet another surface level combatant on the field of play, Matt is not above rage-quitting debates, even hangout debates. He even rage-quit an in-person debate with another theist on account of a question, that being about his very nice but non-believing daughter, who is hell-bound within the bounds of his own theology. This feat is astounding, as the pain from such cognitive dissonance would have most reasonable people either hospitalized or reconsidering their positions, and he more than likely will rage-quit this web page after reading the above paragraph.

Slick has claimed to have Asperger's syndrome (undiagnosed, of course) in an attempt to excuse the fact that he's a socially inept asshole. However, it should be obvious to anyone reading that simply being a socially inept asshole doesn't automatically mean one is autistic, and several community members who actually do have Asperger's, particularly Cliffjumper24, have shut Matt Slick down very quickly when he tried to make this claim.

Matt Slick's TAG argument Edit

Among Matt's most known opinions includes an argument known as "T.A.G." In this Matt argues subjectively for the "transcendental existence for god."  To reference the list of people that have refuted this arguement, click here: http://great-debate-community.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Members.