As Meyer says, isn’t there something “unstable” about being “pro-“ any faith that you don’t also affirm in objective terms, “that it really happened”?
It’s refreshing to see such intellectual humility from a figure with Peterson’s status. But not all his followers were thrilled.
Dr. Luskin makes the interesting observation that the New Atheists took off initially following the Dover ruling, seemingly fueled by it.
At the end of a discussion of evolutionary theory’s “crypto-animism” and more, Thomas protests the Church of England’s 2008 apology to Charles Darwin.
From living in South Africa for more than four years, I got a good sense of African perspectives on atheism.