Christopher O. Tollefsen
Dismantling the new atheism
2 Jul 2012 |
tags: book reviews, religion, science
A new book by a leading philosopher argues that there is a deep compatibility between science and religion and a hidden incompatibility between science and naturalism.
Live Action’s act: a critique
25 Feb 2011 |
For all the good that may come of the expose of Planned Parenthood, the means used are extremely troubling.
The abiding significance of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
10 Aug 2010 |
tags: ethics, sanctity of life, US, warfare
Americans must still wrestle with what it means to take the lives of innocent civilians intentionally.
Liberalism and higher education
11 May 2010 |
tags: freedom, higher education, liberalism
We all agree that we should be free, equal and independent. But what does it mean to be free?
Torture: What it is, and Why it is Wrong
9 May 2009 |
We need a responsible and non-politicised discussion about the boundaries for interrogation, "enhanced interrogation", and torture.
Sex without consequences, a world without commitment
1 Aug 2008 |
A world shaped by contraception is one that is far from friendly to marriage and family.