Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Modern Mind

This is a very nice essay by Scott Stephens. He points out many areas often overlooked when thinking about the “new atheists.” It is just as apparent why such an atheism – with its cartoon versions of history, its theological … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, Modernity, Scott Stephens

There is Only Narrative

This piece by Paul Wallace is spot on. He points out, as anyone who knows me well, something I have been saying for some time now. And of course it is nothing original with me—it is the cumulative work of … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, Narrative, Paul Wallace | 3 Comments

There is only Faith

A nice interview here with Bruce Ledewitz, Professor of Law at Duquesne University School of Law in Pittsburgh regarding his book, Church, State, and the Crisis in American Secularism. What are some of the biggest misconceptions about your topic? “The … Continue reading

Posted in Church/State, Ledewitz | 6 Comments

Quite

Good interview here, or as blogger Arni Zachariassen put it: “Jarod Longbons interviews the quite badass Conor Cunningham.”

Posted in Conor Cunningham, Evolution | 2 Comments