Books are dogs

Freed Thinker Podcast Special Edition – Books Are Dogs Now

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.

You can download the episode on iTunes or on the Stitcher App, or you can stream it directly from the source by visiting:

Here are the links mentioned in the show:

Links to the lectures on the history of Science and Religion:

Lawrence Principe –

Ronald Numbers –

Allan Chapman –

David Lindberg –

Edward Davis –

(That is the link to the iTunes section. I have in mind his lecture “Why History Matters.” I haven’t listened to all or most of the lectures there so I cannot vouch for the quality of the lectures as a whole.)

Link to the Faraday lectures:

Links to Polemics in the Old Testament:
Currid’s book on polemics in the OT –

Excepts from Currid’s book –

An interview with Currid –

Currid’s lectures on iTunes U –

Other Lectures that I have posted in the thread which they refused to listen to because they are by “creationists”:

Science and Secularization, A discussion between Lawrence Princepe, Ronald Numbers and John Brooke:

Philosophical Breakfast Club and the Invention of the Scientist – A lecture by Laura Snyder:

Scientism and the Humanities – A lecture by Roger Scruton:

Philosophy and Scientism – A lecture by Peter M.S. Hacker:

Science, Scientism and the Public Good – A lecture by Daniel Robinson:

Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.