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TLS on radio

Arizona readers and podcast listeners everywhere might be interested to know that I will be on The James Allen Show this Saturday (April 11th) to discuss The Last Superstition, from roughly 9-10pm PST. (See here for a previous radio interview about TLS.)

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Any word on when Edward Feezer of Pasadena Community College will be on the radio?


I am very excited to have Dr. Feser on the show. I have been blessed by having Francis Beckwith, Lydia McGrew, and now Dr. Feser as guests. Feel free to listen to the show live on my website and to even use the toll free number to call in. It is going to be a great show and if you cannot listen live, the show will be online the following Monday.

I wanted to open up suggestions for all of you to be involved. What questions do you feel are most important for me to ask Dr. Feser? In light of the recent Newsweek article and the growing influence of the ‘New Atheist’ please throw out some ideas to help this Saturday to be an enlightening experience.

And I hope to have Dr. Edward Feezer of Pasadena Community College on the radio show during the first hour. That way all of you have to tune in to the entire program.

James, tell Ed he has to explain the Aristotelian distinction between substance and accident in words of no more than two syllables, in two minutes or less.


(Just kidding.)

Lydia, No problem. I will make sure to ask a very complex question and then give the 60 second notice.

"I wanted to open up suggestions for all of you to be involved. What questions do you feel are most important for me to ask Dr. Feser?"

James, I would ask a question along these lines:

Most atheists and skeptics today claim not to believe in god because they see no reason to believe -- no evidence, no good arguments, etc. -- and they therefore conclude that the rational position is either one of disbelief or of agnosticism. However, you claim in your book -- 'The last Superstition' (mention it frequently!) -- that belief in god is rational. How would you respond to the skeptic who says, "I don't believe in god because there are no good reasons to believe?"

I think it would be great to hear an interview that sticks to the 'rationality of god belief' theme, and that avoids (as much as possible) the usual detours (whether atheism or theism is responsible for more 'evil' in the world; whether theists are better people than atheists, or vice versa; whether more smart people or famous scientists are atheists or theists; current events, such as the Pope's remarks about contraception in Africa; etc.).

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