In this video, I explain how Christian reading of divine violence in the biblical text is often distorted by confirmation bias to defend particular theological assumptions about God. ?
God, Christianity, and the Bad Hyundai Objection
A few years ago I was considering buying a Hyundai. A friend of mine then offered a sober warning: “I recommend you don’t get a Hyundai. You see, my buddy bought a Hyundai Excel back in the eighties and had nothin’ but problems.” This friend is a bright fellow. So why was his advice so […]
Pot. Kettle. Black. Another response to Chris Hallquist
A couple days ago I posted a critique of Chris Hallquist’s critique of William Lane Craig which you can read here. This morning Chris provided a reply aptly titled “Reply to Randal Rauser on Craig and Harris.” So I just couldn’t resist typing up a quick response. Chris begins: “Randal Rauser has put up a response to my […]
My conversation with Matt McCormick: A Disappointing Conclusion
Matt McCormick has yet to reply to my third post on his essay in which I directly critiqued his Salem argument in response to his repeated requests that I do just that. But he did post a comment today which suggests to me a shift of tactic away from engaging my arguments and toward marginalizing […]