A couple years ago Eric Chabot and I were talking with students and giving away copies of True Reason on the Oval at Ohio State University. Eric is the Ratio Christi chapter director there, and I was with him as a friend and as editor of the book. Most of our conversations that day were […]
Justin Schieber of Reasonable Doubts likes to tweet aphorisms that undermine religious faith. We had a short Twitter conversation about one of them this morning. Before I get to it, I want to clarify why I’m writing about this today. There’s an argument behind an argument here. We’ll get to that in a moment, but […]
It’s totally predictable, whenever I blog on certain topics: the argumentum ad Frgenblitzen. The term comes from the German Fragen, for “questions,” and Blitzen, for “lightning,” with an intentional allusion to Blitzkrieg. It happens whenever I write about homosexual activism, gay marriage, and Intelligent Design, and frequently when I write on other topics as well. […]
I’ve never tried this before, but if technology permits I’ll be live blogging my reactions to the Tim McGrew/Peter Boghossian Unbelievable debate at 9:30 am Eastern Time, March 24, 2014. Update: see the live blog/recap!
This Saturday’s Unbelievable with Justin Brierley features a debate between Peter Boghossian, Ed.D., and Timothy McGrew, Ph.D., on Boghossian’s, Manual for Creating Atheists. It’s a radio show airing at 2:30 pm in England, and available live online everywhere else, from the link above. For North Americans, if I’ve got my time zones right it’s playing […]
Follow-up 2/2/13: If You Think Atheism Is True, Then Atheism Is False Just completed, live on the Internet: Apologetics 315: William Lane Craig vs Alex Rosenberg Debate MP3 Audio Stick around to the end of the debate, and find out why I say “I’m buying Alex Rosenberg’s book so I can find out what it […]
A few weeks ago at Auckland University, New Zealand, William Lane Craig debated Bill Cooke on “Is Belief In God a Delusion?” I hope you’ll view the debate. I have just a few points from it to highlight. Dr. Craig had the opening statement and offered reasons to believe there is a God. Dr. Cooke’s […]
Updates have been posted on one of the best online theism/atheism debates: God or Blind Nature? Philosophers Debate the Evidence I missed some of this as it was going on. Thanks go to Fides Quarens Intellectum for the reminder. Not sure when I’ll get a chance to read this, though, since I’m in the middle […]