Category Archives: Religion

religion in the classroom

World-O-Crap today lams into Mike Adams’s column at, where Adams writes: Recently, I received a rare student complaint over an e-mail I had sent to all my classes. In the e-mail, which welcomed all of my students back for … Continue reading

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Fish questions “rational” critiques of religious epistemology

Stanley Fish’s most recent NY Times blog post is quite good. Though I’ve found myself disagreeing a lot with his posts, this one makes a lot of sense, as he questions the idea that science is empirical outside of a … Continue reading

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