Monday, January 29, 2007

Coming Attractions

My personal life has stabilized, but work calls and today is my third wedding anniversary. Here's what's coming up.

I'm working on part 2 of The Scientific Method.

After that, I'm going to be posting my thoughts on the preface and first chapter of Andrew Sullivan's book, The Conservative Soul.

I recently learned about Atheists, a survey of atheists by Bruce E. Hunsberger and Bob Altemeyer (of The Authoritarians fame), prompting me to consider the deep and subtle theme of "dogmatism". I'll be writing about that soon (soon in philosopher-time, not journalist-time).

My challenge to theists remains open.

I read Andrew Sullivan every day. If he pisses me off provides food for thought again, you may be subjected treated to an extemporaneous polemic.

Now it's time for me to STFU and GBTW.

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