Feb 10, 2019
Ed Feser is a philosopher, writer, and atheist-turned-Catholic who's published some of the best contemporary academic and popular work on the reasonableness of belief in God and arguments for His existence, and attributes. His popular titles include 5 Proofs for the Existence of God (which I can't recommend enough, and often have), The Last Superstition: A Refutation of the New Atheism (also a necessary read), and Philosophy of Mind. His more technical book, Scholastic Metaphysics, is absolutely worth having on the shelf for any serious philosopher.
I wanted to have Ed on because 1) his work greatly caused me to reconsider the religious worldview and 2) share his own conversion story of how he went from being a decade-long atheist to one of the most prolific--and persuasive--philosophers on the religious scene today. I hope you enjoy the interview.
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