We are already at episode 8 of the podcast! Can you believe it? This one features renowned Christian philosopher Tim McGrew. I invited him on to discuss Street Epistemology, a topic that should be no stranger to you (that is, assuming you’ve been following the ministry for a little while).
We’ve done quite a bit of work analyzing and critiquing Street Epistemology. For a basic overview of what it is, click here. To see my conversation with a Street Epistemologist, click here. To see my post-debate thoughts on my appearance on Unbelievable with a Street Epistemologist, click here. To see how I suggest you respond to Street Epistemology, see here. To see an interview where I critiqued Street Epistemology at length, see here.
A little more about my guest: Dr. Timothy McGrew is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Philosophy at Western Michigan University. A specialist in theory of knowledge, logic, probability theory, and the history and philosophy of science, Dr. McGrew has spoken at Oxford, MIT, and other universities as well as at many churches and seminaries across the United States and overseas. He has also engaged in public debates on the meaning of faith, the rationality of belief in miracles, and the historical reliability of the Gospels.
In this episode, Tim and I discuss his appearance on Unbelievable with Peter Boghossian (the founder of Street Epistemology), and break down a video “intervention” from one of the most popular Street Epistemologists around today. Very insightful stuff here. There’s a lot going on beneath the surface in these interviews that, unless you’re really looking hard, you won’t catch.
To watch the entire YouTube video we break down in the podcast, click here.
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