A girl asked atheist Richard Dawkins one day, “What if you’re wrong?” In typical deprecating fashion, Dawkins turned the question back to the girl, “But what if you are wrong?” […]
I have carried a knot in my throat ever since I read about the gang rape of a paramedics student in India last December. The crime stirred a raging debate […]
Every now and then I find people who delight in the physical act of waking up in the morning. They don’t associate waking up with bad breath, the screams of […]
It’s rather fashionable to be agnostic nowadays. The modern project of finding indubitable certitudes on which to base my life is said to have collapsed; Descartes’ adventures in doubt, however, […]
Bethlehem is emphatically a place where extremes meet. A mass of literature, which increases and will never end, has repeated and rung the changes on this single paradox; that the […]
On the other hand it seems that doubt is woven into the very fabric of Christianity, unique to any other worldview; namely that God Himself struggled (at least momentarily) with atheism.