A brief roundup of my impressions following the debate between Eusebius McKaiser and John Lennox on the topic of how morality relates to religion.
Should we call ourselves atheists or agnostics? And, does morality need God?
Errol Naidoo is upset at OGODs attempt to keep schools secular, and Ivo Vegter wants the Government to butt out of the medical regulatory business.
Eusebius McKaiser invited me into studio today to talk about some basic principles of argumentation, and the podcast is now available for anyone who’d like to take a listen.
More hyperbole on diet from Noakes et. al., and a lawsuit involving religion in South African schools.
My introductory remarks at the TB Davie Academic Freedom Memorial Lecture, 2014.
The video and text of my presentation at The Amaz!ng Meeting (TAM), 2014, titled “The Responsible Believer”.
Prof Tim Noakes has yet to meet an obnoxious LCHF advocate. If he applies the standards he sets for himself in Internet debate, you might think a dictionary an appropriate thing to gift him.
The 2014 World Humanist Congress in Oxford was a tremendous success, and the British Humanist Association deserves praise for the calibre of the speakers they gathered, and for an impeccably organised event.
Whether the Tuks students who wore blackface were joking or not, their actions were offensive and should not be excused.