Earlier today The Atheist Missionary posted a comment which offered a link to a postcard length caricature of Christianity. The comment came replete with TAM’s own self-satisfied commentary: what’s absurd are the theological underpinnings of Christian theology, succinctly expressed here: http://p.twimg.com/AoGpjSCCAAAhv8G.jpg:small Atheists look at something like this and chuckle. I’m not sure what goes through […]
You're not as crazy as I think
The latest review for You’re not as Crazy as I Think was posted this week by Mike Robinson of “The Lord God Exists” blog. You can read it here.
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 […]
Today I had an interview on my books Finding God in the Shack and You’re Not as Crazy as I Think with Dana Pittman from www.thetruevineonline.com . You can listen to the interview here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cwa-radio/2011/08/19/the-true-vine This is my first online radio interview and I must say it is great not to have an interview being interrupted […]
John Loftus has posted a, ahem, “response” to the first installment of my skeptical review of The End of Christianity at “Debunking Christianity”. Make sure your brain is fully engaged before you read it. This is heady stuff. Here goes: Then Randal Rauser claims he is offering a skeptical review of The End of Christianity. […]
First an apology. I know there are probably not too many people interested in reading yet another review of Paul Manata’s review of my review of his review of my book. But gosh darn it, the guy just doesn’t know when to quit! He’s like Bob Dylan trying to sing “Bohemian Rhapsody” at the karaoke […]
As I read through Paul Manata’s review of You’re not as Crazy as I Think two words continually sprung to mind: caricature and irony. To begin with, he accused me of caricaturing my opponents, ironic since I lampoon the very practice in others. But the irony is redoubled because Paul makes his case by ironically […]
Paul Manata at Aporetic Christianity has completed his review of You’re not as Crazy as I Think. I will be offering a critical response tomorrow. Suffice it to say it is mostly negative (although he gives the book three stars at Amazon: not too bad!). As I read the review I felt like Obama reading […]
Last Saturday afternoon life ground to a halt all over southern Ontario for 26 minutes. Traffic on the 401 was at an eerie standstill. Major airports were shut down. And everywhere you look people were listening to something. But what? Come join me in my time machine and let’s find out. * There we are. […]
Here is a review of You’re not as Crazy as I Think from blogger Bryce Ashlin-Mayo, an outstanding pastor and former student of mine. Well written, fair, and with some judicious critique thrown in.
Thanks to The Atheist Missionary who reviewed You’re not as Crazy as I Think and not only gave it a very positive review but even granted it the honor of being TAM reader’s choice for March. You can read the review here. And since this post seemed really short, I’ve included a photo of Mike […]
FYI, John Loftus just posted a review of Your not as Crazy as I think at his Debunking Christianity blog. You can check it out here. If things keep going like this, pretty soon atheists and Christians will be gathering around the fire while we all sing “Kumbaya”! Hey, did anybody bring marshmallows to make […]
Here I go again, talkin’ about “the book”. But hear me out. It’s just a couple things. First, you can go to this website to download chapter one for free. As Fred Flintstone used to say, “Yabba Dabba Doo!” Second, I’m going to be interviewed on the new book on “YES FM” in Toledo, OH on Wednesday, February 16 […]