My paper in Think: Philosophy for Everyone
(a publication of The Royal Institute for Philosophy) is now on line (Spring, 2009 edition, pages 71-81). It is a secular journal, which encourages creative forms for doing philosophy that will reach past the purely academic world. That doesn't mean it is dumbed down. Some very prestigious
contributors have been featured. For my paper, I designed a discussion between a Christian, an agnostic, and an atheist partial to Richard Dawkins
. (In 2004, I published a paper in Think
that featured a posthumous report from Pascal about the errors made in a Think
paper criticizing his wager argument.)
Think was only published in the UK until recently. I'm not sure if this issue is available in the US except in some libraries. As you will see, my argument challenges Dawkins's
supposedly showstopping question to theists and also defends Intelligent Design.