Hanegraaff and Thomas provide a model of how two men with differing positions on Christianity can challenge each other while remaining cordial.
Charles Darwin, as we saw yesterday, pulled off an intellectual coup against the major thinkers of the Western tradition. How did he do it?
The classical pantheon, lacking moral credibility, had become a source of embarrassment to thoughtful Greeks.
What distinguished thinkers had long called out for its manifest absurdity was now, Phoenix-like, rising from the ashes.
Darwinism, when viewed from a philosophical perspective, might more accurately be understood as a late sub-branch of ancient speculative thought.