I was inspired to try poetry. Why? Well I did do a lot of it during my teen years, mostly prompted by angst. But this year I had a different motivation.
I heard the apologist Glen Scrivener (https://christthetruth.net/about-2/) deliver his own poem about a fictional conversation with an atheist. You can read it here:
Though I do understand you can watch a delivery on YouTube if you ask google the right question.
My version is a fictional dialog with a Christian, written in a similar style to Glen’s. It is currently audio only, you can listen below.
I managed to grab a conversation with Rebekah, The Curious Atheist. I do know that some (most?) of those who follow this blog also follow Rebekah, who started out as the Closet Atheist and then re-branded, for obvious reasons, as the Curious Atheist. I enjoyed the conversation we had and I hope those who follow Rebekah’s blog will too.
You can find Rebekah’s blog here:
Listen to the episode:
I was interviewed by the Graceful Atheist last week and the episode is now available to listen. Use the link below to find the blog and episode.
It tells some of my story, of which some is told in this blog. If you enjoy the episode, please let me and the Graceful Atheist know.
If you have a story to tell, contact the bedroom l Graceful Atheist at the blog.
via Matthew Taylor: Confessions of a Young Earth Creationist
In addition to the Ask An Atheist Anything podcast, I also occasionally co host on the Still Unbelievable! podcast. Here is the latest episode, in which Andrew and I chat with Professor Brian Blais.
Part three of the monster Ask An Atheist Day question show special is now live.
If you want to ask us a question, you can do so using this handy voice link: https://anchor.fm/reasonpress/message