Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Share Links Added to this Blog

I just wanted to point out to readers of this blog that I have now added a feature which enables you to quickly and easily share blog posts you like with your friends through facebook, twitter, e-mail, etc. Look for the icons at the end of each post. If you think the post will interest (or outrage, or inspire) those in your own network, click the appropriate icon and maybe they'll join the conversation!


  1. Sir, you promised before to write about christian freethinker. Thanks. God bless.

  2. You're right--and I will. But I can't say precisely when. I'll try to get to it in the next few months.

  3. Thanks. I'll wait for your reflection on christian freethinkers. Personally, I don't see it as an oxymoron.

    I learned a lot from your blog-- it's informational, though-provoking and incisive. I may add, it's inspirational too. Your exchanges with Braun, Georgoudis, et al helped clarify some issues and provide different perspectives of the subject matter.

    I'm from a third world country where massive poverty and social injustices are still the main issues and anti-religious campaign is not yet systemic (in a sense of organized institutional movements but I personally doubt that there's such a case even in the first world countries).

    I agree with your reading concerning the "targets" of religion's cultured despisers. I noticed how easily these people congregate in supporting one another in attacking articles written by believers (e.g. your article in Religion Dispatches re Myers et al). In contrast, christian thinkers (theologians and philosophers)do not usually support one another.

    I already asked my sister to buy your book since it's not yet available in my country.

    Sorry for posting this in a wrong thread. Thanks for your time.