Peter S. Williams, “Is Christianity Childish? Rhetorical Advice For Christian Apologists From C. S. Lewis’s Essay: ‘On Three Ways Of Writing For Children’”, Linguaculture Journal, vol. 13, no. 1, 2022.
Posts By: Peter Williams
‘An Interdisciplinary Inquiry into Dating the Fourth Gospel, Part I:John 5:2 and Papyrus 52′, Theofilos. Volume 13, 2021, issue 1-2, 215–233.
Responsible Apologetics: Philosophical Reflections on John Warwick Montgomery’s Always Be Ready: A Primer on Defending the Christian Faith (1517 Publishing, 2018) (Theofilos, 2020: 2-3)
A paper on aesthetic arguments for theism, from around about 2011. Beauty and the Existence of God
In December 2020 Iain Morris interviewed Peter S. Williams for the ‘One Man and his Books’ video series on the ‘Grasping the Nettle’ website (www.graspingthenettle.org). The interview was published in January 2021: www.graspingthenettle.org/watch/one_man_and_his_books_peter_williams Here is a written interview based on Peter’s ‘notes to self’ prepared for that recording session using the questions Iain sent Peter:… Read more »
A paper published in Think, Spring 2010: www.academia.edu/40157524/The_Emperors_Incoherent_New_Clothes_Pointing_the_Finger_at_Dawkins_Atheism
‘A Beginner’s Guide to the Theistic Argument from Desire’: Intro_Lewis_Desire_2019 Originally published on 31st August 2020 by SOLAS, available on-line here.
‘Natural Theology and Science in Contemporary Apologetic Context: An Overview‘ Theofilos (Vol. 12, 2020, issue 1.)
‘Scientific rebuttals to “ancient aliens” as popular alternatives to biblical history‘ Theofilos (Vol . 12, 2020, issue 1). AbstractJust as Christian apologists need to rebut the ‘alternative’ historical claims of The Book of Mormon, so they need to rebut claims about so-called ‘ancient aliens’. These claims offer people with a secular worldview historical counter-narratives to… Read more »
A list of ‘Four dozen key resources on apologetics and natural theology in an age of science‘ that I curated and annotated for a special Supplement edition of Theofilos (Vol. 12, 2020, issue 1).