Things have been hopping lately a bit in the apologetics blogosphere. Richard Carrier, a skeptic who has reinvented himself recently as an expert on probability, had an interview with Luke Muehlhauser (with whom I had an interview not long ago) in which he airily dismissed Tim's and my work on the resurrection and Bayesian probability as (please excuse the term) "crappy." Evidently there has been a certain amount of rejoicing over this among skeptics who had begun to be a bit worried by our work and by my interview with Luke. I discuss the particular criticism and respond to it at my personal blog here.
Probably most W4 readers interested in Philosophy of Religion already knew about all of this, but in case you didn't, I thought I'd direct you to the action. Links provided in that post. Enjoy.
Update: Both Richard Carrier and Luke Muehlhauser have apologized in the comments to the post at my personal blog. See our interaction there.