Podcast of me discussing ‘Does Humanism Need God?” with Angus Ritchie is now available
January 17, 2015
Atheists 'saw off the branch on which Humanism sits', argue the authors of a report by Theos, Britain's leading religious think tank. The Case for Christian Humanism argues we atheist humanists should be Christians. I posted here on this report a couple of weeks ago.
There is now a podcast of me discussing this report with author Angus Ritchie now available on itunes: Unbelievable? (Premier Christian Radio) 'Does Humanism Need God?' presented by Justin Brierley. Also be up here later today, and broadcast at 2pm UK time.THEOS respond directly to my post below here.
#1 John Humberstone (Guest) on Wednesday January 21, 2015 at 4:49pm
#2 John Humberstone (Guest) on Wednesday January 21, 2015 at 4:53pm
A question for Stephen Law.
I was surprised you mentioned that you think objective morals exist even if you can’t explain them.
After many discussions with Christians (naturally) I have yet to see a compelling argument for their existence. I am curious to know what you base you belief on.