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Edinburgh University Press has just made chapter 1 ("Hammering Theology") of Iconoclastic Theology available online. I've placed a link on my blog "The Secretion of Atheism."
Posted at 04:23 PM in Iconoclastic Theology | Permalink
Thanks to Wesley Wildman and James Williams for the kind words on the back cover.
Posted at 10:07 AM in Iconoclastic Theology | Permalink
That is the title of my chapter in Religion at Work in a Neolithic Society, edited by Ian Hodder, which was just published by Cambridge University Press (2014).
I have not yet received a copy of the book, but most of the chapter is available for "preview" on amazon.com.
This chapter gives a brief summary of the sort of argument I make in more detail in Iconoclastic Theology and even more detail in Theology after the Birth of God.
Posted at 10:15 AM in how gods are born(e) | Permalink
My earlier theological work was the topic of a relatively recent dissertation at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Here is a link to a summary of the dissertation.
The author provides a good summary of much of my writing during that phase, and concludes that I placed too much emphasis on philosophy and not enough on the authority of Scripture.
Guilty as charged.
Posted at 07:37 AM | Permalink
Several people have asked me about the "simulating religion project" that I'm working on with Wesley Wildman and a team of modeling and simulation experts at the Virginia Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation Center.
Here is a quick overview of the project on the website of the Institute for the Bio-Cultural Study of Religion.
We plan to take the next steps on the project this summer while in Catalhoyuk, Turkey, working with a team of scientists led by Ian Hodder of Stanford University.
Posted at 10:19 AM in the bio-cultural study of religion | Permalink
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