Approaching Philosophy of Religion: An Introduction to Key Thinkers, Concepts, Methods & Debates (IVP Academic, 2018) is written by Anthony C. Thiselton. He is Emeritus Professor of Christian Theology at the University of Nottingham and a Fellow of the British Academy. Thiselton is also the … Continue reading Book Review: Approaching Philosophy of Religion
My early investigation into the New Testament introduced me to two people who connected back to the Old Testament: John the Baptist and Jesus of Nazareth. They are both mentioned in the first verses of Mark’s Gospel account – “The beginning of the gospel of … Continue reading Convince Me There’s A God: The New Testament Part 3
In our last report about street epistemology we started an in-depth look into HOW street epistemologists do what they do. We’ve talked about the WHY in previous reports, so we’re currently looking at their tactics. If you didn’t read the first part of this Basic Tactics series, … Continue reading Street Epistemology: Basic Tactics, Part Three
Evidence. That’s what I was most interested in finding. It’s what journalists do. We ask questions of many witnesses and search through documents and other information that will help us find answers to our questions about a story. The biggest story of my career happened … Continue reading Convince Me There’s A God: The New Testament Part 2
We started our special series, Convince Me There’s A God, almost six years ago. The purpose was simply to answer the question atheists have asked me for almost 50 years – why did I leave atheism for Christianity since (in their opinion) there is no … Continue reading Convince Me There’s A God: The New Testament Part 1
We have looked at the HOW and WHY of street epistemology in previous reports and are currently looking their tactics. You can click here to read a basic report before reading further. It is an introduction to basic tactics, so that’s a good place to start. This second part … Continue reading Street Epistemology: Basic Tactics, Part Two
In our previous reports about street epistemology we’ve looked at their purpose, goals and strategy – that’s the WHY issue. We move now to their tactics – HOW they do what they do.