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November 28, 2012
The theologians Chris Hallquist doesn’t believe in
Chris Hallquist (who blogs in the Patheos Atheist channel as the Uncredible Hallq) is in...
November 27, 2012
The Invisible Church You’re Worshipping In
I ordered a copy of Three Parts Dead (and cajoled three friends into having a book...
November 26, 2012
For C.S. Lewis, Deo Gratias!
Patheos invited religious bloggers to share stories about people we're thankful for who've supported us...
November 25, 2012
“Because I am fearfully and wonderfully made”
Frankenstein is at least the great-uncle of the zombie story. The alternate title of Shelley’s...
November 24, 2012
The Man is Father of the Monster
When I saw the National Theatre’s production of Frankenstein, I thought there were two somewhat...
November 21, 2012
The Monster is Father of the Man
As I warned you, I’m taking some time before I write anything specifically about being...
November 11, 2012
Am I my schismatic’s keeper?
This post is part of a series discussing Daniel Dennett’s Breaking the Spell. By the end of...
November 10, 2012
Steelmanning one of Dennett’s arguments
This post is part of a series discussing Daniel Dennett’s Breaking the Spell. Back in the cultural...
November 09, 2012
If only I could throw dinner parties for semi-fictional characters…
I've been reading Hillary Mantel's A Place of Greater Safety, and I'll admit I don't like...
November 08, 2012
Dennett’s Whirlwind Tour through Apologetics
This post is part of a series discussing Daniel Dennett's Breaking the Spell. As I said...
November 08, 2012
Reading Dennett’s Breaking the Spell [Index Post]
In November 2012, I read and blogged through Daniel Dennett's Breaking the Spell: Religion as...
November 07, 2012
Dennett’s Thesis isn’t Evidence for Very Interesting Claims
This post is part of a series discussing Daniel Dennett's Breaking the Spell. The main thrust of...
November 05, 2012
Put Your Moral Philosophical Hands Where We Can See Them, Dennett!
This post is part of a series discussing Daniel Dennett's Breaking the Spell. Very early on in...
November 04, 2012
The Bit I Liked Best About Dennett’s Book
This post is part of a series discussing Daniel Dennett's Breaking the Spell. Daniel Dennett is the...
October 23, 2012
Why Won’t You Argue What I Know You Believe?
Yvain has been reading Feser's The Last Superstition, and he has an excellent gloss of one...
October 03, 2012
Unarmed Prophets Stuck in a Chinese Room
I received a comped copy of Alone with a Jihadist through Speakeasy. Aaron Taylor spent seven hours arguing...
September 29, 2012
Contra Pangloss et Oprah
I recieved a comped copy of Glorious Ruin as part of the Patheos Book Club. This...
September 09, 2012
Zombies are like garlic, you can never have enough of either
I've subscribed to an epistolary novel, which may be of interest to readers of this...
September 03, 2012
Tell all the Truth, but tell it slant
I received a comped reviewer's copy of Beauty Will Save the World: Recovering the Human in an...
August 30, 2012
Sondheim Symposium [Sequence Index]
In the summer of 2012, I threw the best birthday party ever when I bribed...
August 30, 2012
Let Augustine Move Up a Weight Class
I got to see Restless Heart, the new Augustine biopic last night. It's not yet in...
August 27, 2012
“Careful the wish you make, wishes come true. Not free”
Yesterday, in my review of inSignificant, I started teasing the next thread of the Sondheim Symposium....
August 26, 2012
Weakness as Strength
I received a free copy of inSignificant: Why You Matter in the Surprising Way God...
August 23, 2012
“What do you wanna [stay single] for?”
I'm delighted to say that Christian H of The Thinking Grounds has sent in a...
August 16, 2012
Son of RomCom Myopia
Apropos of the discussion of romances that end with a clinch, not a child, I...
July 16, 2012
What Can You Do in the War?
Given the way our discussion of pacifism has meandered over to a debate about martyrdom,...
July 11, 2012
A Martyr for All Seasons
Two weeks ago, I had an absolutely lovely time reading A Man for All Seasons...
July 06, 2012
Can Lethal Resistance be Loving?
I quite enjoyed reading Logan Mehl-Laituri's Reborn on the 4th of July for the Patheos...
May 21, 2012
What are we going to do about homosocial friendship?
Last night was the season finale of Sherlock (which I hope you were all watching),...
May 08, 2012
Don’t Bring a Knife to a Book Fight
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