Apologetics Tag

Two nights ago, I attended a beatdown debate between Bart Ehrman and Dinesh D'Souza on the problem of suffering and the existence of God that was held here at UNC. I was disappointed in how poorly prepared D'Souza was for Ehrman's case—it appeared that he was simply going off his notes for debating an atheist such as Hitchens and was entirely unfamiliar with the perspective Ehrman would present.

Stanley Fish has penned one of the best op-eds I've read in some time, responding to critics of his last op-ed on religion. Fish eloquently and gracefully explains that everything—including science—is founded on the foundation of faith. We cannot reason or observe anything in a...

Due to term papers, I've not been able to keep up with blogging much, but here are the articles I've been wanting to blog about of late: Swimming Without A Suit (NY Times Op-Ed, Thomas Friedman): An excellent piece about the failure of the American education system...