Thursday, April 5, 2018
Chalk on Five Proofs, etc.
At The American Conservative, Casey Chalk recounts some of the public controversies I’ve been party to over the last few years, and judges them a model of how academic debate ought to proceed. (David Bentley Hart drops by to comment in the TAC combox.) Meanwhile, at The University Bookman, Chalk kindly reviews Five Proofs of the Existence of God. From the review:
The book will satisfy a diversity of readers… [A]n effective introduction to natural theology and many of its most salient concepts…
After considering the clarity and acuity of Five Proofs, one wonders how the New Atheists would manage against a thinker with the training, wit, and rhetorical ability of an Ed Feser. God willing, we may one day find out.