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Tue 19 Feb 2019 @ 12:00
RT @TheosthinktankJoin @TheosElizabeth as she chairs a debate between John Milbank @johnmilbank3, Maurice Glasman @blue_labour, Jenny… https://t.co/YC5nL7pbTz
Author(s): John Hughes
The first decade of the twenty-first century has witnessed a cluster of authors who have attained public notoriety through their mockery of religion and their popularizing of atheism. How should Christians and other believers understand and respond to this aggressive attack on their faith?
In this collection of public addresses, leading academic theologians and philosophers who have written about the New Atheists seek to sum up their thinking and help us make sense of this contemporary phenomenon-and offer a richer and more sophisticated account of what belief in God is really about.
John Hughes was Dean of Chapel & Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge. He taught philosophy, ethics, doctrine, and social thought in the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge. He was killed in a road accident on the 29th June 2014. An obituary has been published in Church Times.