A month ago, I was invited on The NonSequitur Show to talk about my book “The Covenant”, a historical essay in which I argue that the biblical character of Abraham lived during the Bronze Age and made a covenant with
Three weeks ago, I was featured on The NonSequitur Show, a daily live podcast featuring a wide range of topics related to atheism and rational thinking: Debunking flat earth theories; Church of Scientology; the Great Pyramids; Noah’s Ark, etc. This show
I am very excited to be featured on The Right To Reason podcast Episode #54! The recording took place a few weeks ago, but was released today. Robert Stanley (@righttoreason1) has a great sense of humor, and it was real fun
Nine years ago today 🎂, on May 6th 2009, I was officially launching “Quiproquo sur Dieu”, a first attempt (in French) at arguing that Abraham’s Lord was a mortal. I naively thought that this book would have sparked an interesting debate.
While reviewing my Twitter feed a few weeks ago, I noticed a number of interesting posts from Steven Tiger (@SteveTiger999). After exchanging a few direct messages I was curious to learn more about his book Doctrine Impossible: A Journey from Dogmatic Religiosity to
I was really delighted and honored to be invited back on The Aidan Project “Live” podcast this past Friday. That’s within just six weeks of our initial conversation. I knew Aidan was serious when he said he wanted to help raise attention on
I argue in The Covenant that the perspective of a mortal overlord offers an all-encompassing paradigm for solving the question of the origin of monotheism. Among other things, it brings us to realize that Abraham was the father, but not the
Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ and one of the most important doctrines of the Christian faith. Indeed, kids just love to have their picture taken with the adorable little bunny at the mall and hunt for the eggs