Episode 93 - The God Debates
September 19, 2011
A stimulating lecture by John R. Shook, director of education and senior research fellow at the Center for Inquiry and visiting assistant professor of science education at the University at Buffalo. Shook is author of a 2010 book also titled The God Debates, and this presentation encapsulates many of the arguments from that work.
Debates about the existence of a god have never been louder, but what is really being said? Skeptics sometimes wonder whether the effort is worth it. However, debating the existence of a god (or gods!) remains crucial to the defense the nonreligious stance.
This presentation was given at the Center for Inquiry – Transnational in Amherst, New York, on February 18, 2011.