Listen to me discussing my faith journey with Justin Brierley of Premier Radio – it was quite fun holding forth about myself!
Thanks to Matthew Parris for engaging with my book in his Spectator column this week. He calls it ‘challenging’, which I hope does not just mean that it is sometimes difficult to understand. My main hope for the book is that atheist humanists find it challenging in another sense.
I made this for Christmas and have only just got round to posting.
I am part of a panel discussion event this Saturday – part of the Southbank’s Belief and Beyond Belief series. Come along!
Penitential witness outside St Paul’s cathedral
The Spectator asked me to write a reply to Rod Dreher’s cover story on how to save Christianity from liberal erosion. I sum up my position, and have a bit of a go at the neoconservative theology that has dominated the academy for too long.
I recently debated my book with leading humanist Andrew Copson. Thanks to Premier Radio for enabling such an in-depth discussion – and to Andrew. I must mug up on the influence of Chinese thought on the Enlightenment, apparently.