How to Be an Atheist: Working out the Worldview of a Skeptic, Free for CAPC Members
Mitch Stokes’ ‘How to Be an Atheist’ shows the work of the worldview of a skeptic.
God in the basement of the Empire State Building: Andrew Marantz of New York Times Magazine takes an inside look King’s College–a conservative Christian college in the heart of Manhattan.“Minecon” a conference dedicated to Minecraft to be held in Las Vegas.
William Thornton says many Christians’ reaction to the “Nascar prayer guy” did not fit his crime.
Defending the faith is easier than you might think.
Andrew Welch would take the guilt out of some of our guilty pleasures.
Gretchen Kolderup explains why you needn’t be ashamed of reading YA lit: it’s not just for kids.
Lev Grossman explains why you needn’t be ashamed of reading fantasy: it’s not just for kids.
Alan Jacobs explains why you needn’t be ashamed if you can’t make kids/college students love reading.
If you remember that videogame from a while back, Bayonetta, you may find this article as fascinating as I did.
SHAMELESS PLUG: I reviewed Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet. It makes you feel lonely, and you should buy it.
This article about the Christian Game Developers Convention made me feel a lot better about the whole thing.
Did you finally beat that one videogame you’ve been working on for so long? Jeff Goldblum has a message for you.
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