My latest interview for The Doubters’ Creed is with Emerson Green. It was a fascinating discussion! ?
A quick rebuttal to a bad objection to universalism from Melissa Dougherty.
Robin Parry is one of the leading Christian universalists today. In this interview, we discuss Robin’s views from the perspective of Scripture, theology, history, and pastoral theology. To explore Robin’s ideas further, see his excellent book The Evangelical Universalist. (promoted link) ?
My latest interview was on the Reason to Doubt channel discussing my latest book: ?
In this video, I take a look at three Christian apologists talking badly about secular people. ?
Here is a recent interview I did with the Curious Christianity YouTube channel on my my book The Doubters’ Creed: ?
I recently had the priviledge of having a conversation with Canadian apologist Stephen Bedard about progressive Christianity. Check it out: ?
Evangelical apologists have long been associated with right wing, Republican politics. This continued when Donald Trump ran for president in 2016. In this article, I want to consider what seems to me a disturbing and emerging trend of evangelical apologists moving closer to far right leaders and conspiracy theories. I don’t claim to offer anything […]
In this video, I critique the attempt to prove Jesus is the messiah by way of biblical prophecy beginning with a satirical discussion from my book Christian Bellows Timeless Truth in a World of Lies. (promoted) ?
This is a guest post courtesy of Joe Hinman, author of God, Science, Ideology (promoted). I wanted to defend my approach to the idea of God’s hiddenness. I see my view working with theodicy is this will look like a presentation of the problem of pain and evil but the real point is to show the efficacy of […]
Here is an interview I recently did on progressive Christianity, scholarship, and the church. ?
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This is my interview on Capturing Christianity talking about Christian Bellows: Timeless Truth in a World of Lies. ?
In this video, I introduce my new book and contrast it with conventional evangelical apologetics. You can pick up a copy of the book at Amazon. (promoted) ?