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.

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