Contradiction on intervention

If there really is a God, surely he would do something about all the evil and suffering in the world? It’s a common enough objection

Is offence objective or subjective: part II

I hadn’t planned to write any further on this. However, seeing as Dave Williams has attempted to answer some of my points to him, it

Calvin on the virtue of unbelievers

A few days ago, I wrote an article discussing five beliefs that many assume Calvinists deny but that don’t undermine the doctrines of grace. You

Four reasons I find belief in God credible

You may or may not believe in the existence of God. No doubt you already know that I do. I hope you’re not lazy enough

Peter Singer, utilitarianism and the problem with after-birth abortion

Peter Singer has long been known as a leading philosopher advocating utilitarianism. Here, Sally Phillips speaks with Frank Skinner about a documentary in which Singer

Is being an ignorant cretin worthy of arrest?

Another day, another twitterstorm. This time over a man – Matthew Doyle – who boasted of accosting a Muslim woman in the street and asking

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