In 1882, Nietzsche wrote, “God is dead”, adding, in case you had hopes for another timely resurrection, “God remains dead.” You can quibble about what he meant, but at the very least the idea is that the Enlightenment put a dent in ordinary religious belief. The rise of reason, tolerance, and free-thinking at the expense […]
Erik J. Wielenberg is here to calm your fears.
Wendy M. Grossman on open access.
A review by Alexis Elder.
C. G. Prado considers the dangers in blurring the lines,
Alison Stone wonders how a human life is shaped by having a beginning.
Alan Haworth on the thinking behind rights, charters, and bills.
Q&A with Jack Symes
Neil A. Manson considers the most popular argument for the existence of God.
Readers are in for quite a few surprises in this issue’s reviews. A couple looking for a three-way relationship might select a guy robot as the addition, not a girl robot. That’s not what we’re expecting if we’ve seen the movie Her, watched the TV show Humans, or paid attention to the growing market for […]
Paul Bartha weighs up a prudential argument for belief in God.
Elizabeth Burns considers old and contemporary thinking about cause, explanation, and God.