Appearance on BBC’s The Big Questions

As those of you who follow my Twitter feed will know, I was asked to appear as a guest panelist for the BBC's flagship religious, ethical and political debate show, The Big Questions. The questions posed in the debate was 'Do we have free will?', a topic I have written about in the past, but haven't dedicated too much time to. I was joined by a number of guests including: Peter D. Williams – Catholic commentator Julian Baggini – Philosopher Owen Jones –Journalist Mark Mullins – Evangelical Continue reading [...]

Podcast Episode 1 – Available Now!

This episode explores the reasons why Religious Studies is an important and valuable subject and explores the potential issues facing its standing and quality in schools across the United Kingdom.

First Podcast Episode – Available Now!

It’s been a long time coming, but the first episode in my new Podcast is now available to stream online via YouTube. The first Episode is just an introduction to the new series and covers the inspiration behind using a video format rather than audio, and lets you know what sort of things you can expect from the series. So follow the link below, and stay tuned for the next episode!

Podcast: Coming Soon

Good evening folks. Just a quick update from me - starting soon will be a new way for you to keep up-to-date with my latest theological and philosophical musings! When I get around to it, I'll be recording numerous 'podcast' episodes, free for you to download and listen to from the site. I can't promise the quality will be that of professionally recorded podcasts available from the likes of iTunes (or other reputable music services, for the sake of impartiality), but the quality of the content should Continue reading [...]

Merry Christmas!

Hello all! I've been a disgrace. I have not written to you in over a month and a half and the last of my posts was merely a link for some Michael Jackson fans to download snippets of the then upcoming songs from his new album. So for that you have my sincere apologies. I can't even use the excuse that I've had nothing to write about, because let's face it, the political scene in the UK hasn't been excellent as of late; with me moaning to my housemates about the ridiculous scenes in London a few Continue reading [...]
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