Monthly Archives: April 2017

Did God create Humanism?

These days, long car journeys have been transformed by the availability of podcasts.  To be sure, they are not of unwavering excellence in terms of value:  the recent debate between Bill Craig and Michael Nugent (Atheist Ireland) is a case … Continue reading

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The Last Days of Jesus

One of the seasonal ordeals, served up to us by our secular media, is the regular skeptical debunking of the Christian message of Easter.  The phenomenon has become almost religious in its dovetailing with what would otherwise be a message … Continue reading

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Enlightened reflections

I am reading one of the more recent evaluations of the world-changing 18th Century philosophical movement which delivered to us our modern secular world, Anthony Pagden’s ‘The Enlightenment and why it still matters’ (OUP, 2013, 2015).  Pagden has occupied many … Continue reading

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