Being right & the glory of God

I have written before about why I really hate the false dichotomy between winning the person and winning the argument. We surely want to win

Carrie Bourassa, transracialism & where the logic pushes us on gender

Yesterday, The Times reported that Canadian academic, Carrie Bourassa, has been placed on administrative leave from her university after an investigation questioned her claims of

Pragmatism, Jonathan Fletcher and the shoddy reasoning of ‘we have… only been blessed’

I was particularly disappointed to see the following letter from Simon & Kathy Manchester in this month’s Evangelicals Now. You can read it here, but

Four ways to help us persuade others

The other day, I wrote an article about not trying to sneer people into the kingdom. The argument wasn’t exclusive, by any means, to our

But it worked out for me!

I have noticed a a tendency to argue in line with the title of this post quite a lot. Let me give you some examples

Sneering them into the kingdom

I saw this really interesting article by Giles Fraser in Unherd recently. The title of the article is ‘sneering scientists won’t win over anti-vaxxers.’ The

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