Luke Muehlhauser of Common Sense Atheism interviewed me in August on a nexus of issues surrounding the evidence for Christianity, philosophy of religion, and the concept of "Christian philosophy." It was a long and enjoyable interview, and it is now up here at his web site.
I appreciated Luke's way of conducting the interview--we focused on the evidence and the issues and had an interesting discussion. It appears that one of his commentators is annoyed that Luke did not choose to make the interview a discussion of a set of completely different topics instead--specifically, my allegedly odious and Hitlerian political views, which should have been aggressively challenged. I suspect that Luke M. and I would both agree that the interview was far more worthwhile as it was than it would have been if he had done that.
That commentator refers to me as "fast-talking," obviously meaning this in a pejorative and at least partly metaphorical sense that includes the notions of being slippery and untrustworthy. Having just listened to the interview, I must own the soft impeachment in the literal sense only: For most of the conversation, I talked much too fast. I was trying to fit in a great deal of material, but I certainly should have slowed down. For whatever reason, too, I sometimes seem to have had a much more raspy voice than my usual one. I apparently got a good drink of water somewhere along the line and therefore sound better as things go on. (I mention this partly because of animadversions I have read against Sarah Palin's allegedly unbearable voice.)
The interview seems to me to have been a good opportunity to see what an atheist and a Christian, both analytic philosophy types, can do with a conversation on these subjects. It's about an hour and seventeen minutes long, but you can download it and listen to it in pieces. I hope my readers will enjoy it.