Tom Gilson

Truth Revolution: Reasoning With the New Atheism (Podcast)

My interview with Jeff Piepho and Dave Waggoner of Truth Revolution was broadcast this morning, and is available now for listening live. We talked for more than half an hour on the book I co-edited, True Reason: Confronting the Irrationality of the New Atheism (see the sidebar) and on Ratio Christi. They’re great interview hosts, and it was a really enjoyable conversation for me. Check it out!

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4 thoughts on “Truth Revolution: Reasoning With the New Atheism (Podcast)

  1. I’ll have to check this out. BTW, Tom, on the way into work I was listening to WLC’s critique of A Manual for Creating Atheists and you got a mention.

  2. Tom,

    I enjoyed the interview and learned several new points, like the equivocation fallacy. I see examples of this here frequently. Thanks for once again pointing out the irrationality of atheism. JB

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