I am happy to report that Conversations with My Inner Atheist was featured in the March/April edition of Faith Today, Canada’s flagship evangelical magazine (i.e. the Great White North’s answer to Christianity Today). Here is the review. Clearly, if you’ve been holding off on reading the book, you better act now! You wouldn’t want Amazon […]
This article is constructed from three tweets I posted on Twitter this morning. Some folk are outraged by Rand Paul’s provocative framing of sex reassignment surgery as “genital mutilation”. I’m not a Rand Paul fan by any stretch, and I’m aware of the manifold trauma experienced by transgender folk. But mutilation means “infliction of severe […]
This is a wide-ranging interview I address several topics including faith and politics, culture, personal testimony, and the dangers of apologetics. ?
In this conversation, we hear the story of how Jimmy Akin, Senior Apologist at Catholic Answers, converted to the Roman Catholic Church. We close off with a fascinating discussion about his eclectic podcast Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World. ?
The video freezes for a bit but I’m not bothering to re-record it! At least the audio is fine. And hey, it’s only 6 minutes. ?
Stephen Law is a leading English philosopher, author, and editor for the journal Think. In his spare time, he beats the skins and climbs mountains. What I appreciate most about Stephen is his commitment to public philosophy, and that commitment is perfectly demonstrated in his new online course on critical thinking. You can check out the […]
For years, William Lane Craig has repeated a bad argument that the existence of objective moral values entails the existence of God. He did it again yesterday: 1. If God does not exist, objective moral values do not exist.2. Objective moral values do exist.3. Therefore, God exists.#Apologetics #MoralArgument https://t.co/V5G7ysRpg4 — Reasonable Faith (@RFupdates) January 30, […]
I began writing this book one month ago today: December 26, 2020. I am now at 85,000 words and hope to finish the final two chapters in the next ten days or so. My special contribution to this debate is captured in my subtitle: “Biblical Genocide in the Light of Moral Intuition“. (I will announce […]
My blog has been relatively quiet of late and the most significant reason is that I began writing a new book on December 26. As of today, January 16, my manuscript on biblical violence is 68,000 words. My goal is to have the manuscript ready for copy-editing and typesetting by the end of the month […]
Testimony forms a big part of apologetic argument. It may be the testimony of a person who says their life was personally changed by Jesus because they were delivered from an addiction. Or it could be the testimony of a person who says they were supernaturally healed of an ailment following a prayer. Or it […]