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Tag: Atheism

Jack the Counselor

May 3rd, 2015

by Dr. Bruce L. Edwards (c) 2015. Ask any ten avid readers of C. S. Lewis to describe his vocation and I suspect 9 out of 10 will use one of the following terms: Christian apologist, fantasy/sf writer, children’s author, literary critic, Oxford don—a handful, maybe even “poet.” Few, I reckon, would think to refer […]

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What You're Missing . . .

April 19th, 2009

If you’re not following CSLEWISNEWS on Twitter (subscribe now), today’s entry: A. N. Wilson’s return to faith after 20 yrs. in the atheist wilderness after writing his bio of CSLewis:

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Belief & Unbelief: A Reappraisal

July 3rd, 2008

Ten Maxims for Reflection and DebateDr. Bruce L. Edwards SKEPTICISM is always easier than belief, for skepticism commits one to nothing in particular, and removes accountability. The believer by contrast must live up to her principles and face the possibility of being wrong or hypocritical. And doleful public scrutiny. All the skeptic has to do […]

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Take that, Pullman, er, Hollywood!

December 4th, 2007

If you don’t happen to read Gregg Easterbrook’s Tuesday Morning Quarterback column for, you may not have seen his scathing commentary on the movie derived from Philip Pullman’s The Golden Compass: . . . Recent anti-religion best-sellers by Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris and Christopher Hitchens read like Middle Ages papal bulls, pronouncing a new […]

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“Fish”-ing for Darwin: Talking Back to Dawkins and Others

July 10th, 2007

Those who are following the great atheist “revival” led by Richard Dawkins will want to traverse some interesting ground fertilized by two unlikely rhetorical allies in combating the essentialism and fundamentalism of radical evolutionism as espoused by Dawkins, Harris, Hitchens, and company. The first contrarian is Stanley Fish, a literary critic and scholar whose earlier […]

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