In this episode I continue the discussion with atheists Cory Markum and Alex Starr about a wide ranging host of topics from Jesus Mythicism, Leprechaun defecation, to Richard Dawkins. I forgot to give the warning on the last episode so I will here… the really polite southern gentleman lets some expletives slip. And honestly… I’m too lazy to edit it.
In this episode there is a discussion between two black sheep and one as white as snow… 😉 And yes that was the title recommended by one of the atheists! Listen in to this wonderful lively discussion between myself and two atheists, Cory Markum and Alex Starr.
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In this episode I begin my discussion with friend and atheist Cory Markum on the issue of objective moral realism and if it is possible to ground morality within a non-theistic worldview. This is part 1 in a three part series.
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This episode we complete the interview with philosopher of religion Graham Oppy.
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In this episode, I circle back to some of the things that I discussed with Thomas Smith on his podcast Atheistically Speaking. I wasn’t entirely happy with some of my responses so I wanted to flesh them out a little more here. I discuss everything from the literary master of the Bible to the Bible’s polemical use of the Enuma Elish.
I also discuss my views on the ever controversial Genesis 1 creation account – this will be a delight to YEC and OEC alike!
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As I mentioned, here are some of the sources you can use to look into what I discussed. In addition to these, I recommend looking up a lecture by John Walton called Reading Genesis Through Ancient Eyes.
In this episode I discuss the philosophical concept of disambiguation and the need to be able to disambiguate important concepts when engaging with a different worldview or belief than our own. When atheistic fundamentalists compare God to a Flying Spaghetti Monster, have they made a valid point or are they showing an inability to disambiguate? We will see in this episode of the Freed Thinker Podcast!
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In this special edition of the Freed Thinker Podcast, I examine a few encounters that I have had with what appears to be a new level of atheistic anti-intellectual fundamentalism.
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