When I was an undergraduate studying religion and a graduate student at Harvard Divinity School I was taught that theology is written by religious insiders, and theologians are religious insiders. Non-Christians cannot be theologians of Christianity or write Christian theology, … Read the rest
That title was meant to be provocative, of course.
But I do have a point. There’s tremendous variation in what people mean by God, god, gods, etc., so much that the term atheist becomes slippery.
God crops up in unexpected … Read the rest
Have you ever considered how many children you have disdainfully denied existence by not having (more) children? I expect not. The huddling masses of merely possible kiddies (MPK’s) do not often concern us.
But should they? There are many points … Read the rest