Is offence objective or subjective: part II

I hadn’t planned to write any further on this. However, seeing as Dave Williams has attempted to answer some of my points to him, it

Calvin on the virtue of unbelievers

A few days ago, I wrote an article discussing five beliefs that many assume Calvinists deny but that don’t undermine the doctrines of grace. You

Four reasons I find belief in God credible

You may or may not believe in the existence of God. No doubt you already know that I do. I hope you’re not lazy enough

Peter Singer, utilitarianism and the problem with after-birth abortion

Peter Singer has long been known as a leading philosopher advocating utilitarianism. Here, Sally Phillips speaks with Frank Skinner about a documentary in which Singer

Is being an ignorant cretin worthy of arrest?

Another day, another twitterstorm. This time over a man – Matthew Doyle – who boasted of accosting a Muslim woman in the street and asking

God doesn’t airbrush history and nor should we

Assessing figures from the past by modern moral values, and seeking to remove people from historical study who fail to live up to them, is to impose an impossible measure upon study and to airbrush history in a way that will be detrimental to us all.