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  • Déjà vu all over again

    Déjà vu all over again

    “Déjà vu all over again,” New Blackfriars, 100, 2019. The latest sex abuse scandal in the American Catholic Church involving Cardinal McCarrick is compared with that of 2002 in the archdiocese of Boston, and that […]

     
  • The Existence of God

    “The Existence of God,” Bellarmine Institute, St Aloysius College, Sydney Talk to senior school members.

     
  • Being a Christian Philosopher in Secular Academia

    Being a Christian Philosopher in Secular Academia

    “Being a Christian Philosopher in Secular Academia,” Alphacrucis College, Parramatta Presentation and Round Table

     
  • Does ethics need God

    Does ethics need God

    “Does ethics need God,” Barney’s (St Barnabas, Broadway, Sydney)

     
  • Athens and Jerusalem: Faith and Reason, Opponents or Allies?

    Athens and Jerusalem: Faith and Reason, Opponents or Allies?

    “Athens and Jerusalem: Faith and Reason, Opponents or Allies?,” Scholarship at the Cathedral, St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney Public Lecture

     
  • Debates between Science, Religion and Philosophy

    Debates between Science, Religion and Philosophy

    “Debates between Science, Religion and Philosophy,” UCD School of Philosophy and International Centre for Newman Studies. Public talk.

     
  • Two Perspectives two worlds

    Two Perspectives two worlds

    “Two Perspectives two worlds,” Scientists in Congregations: Knowing Creation. Public lecture.

     
  • Cardinal Wright Award Recipient Address

    “Cardinal Wright Award Recipient Address,” Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, Philadelphia, PA, US.. Cardinal Wright Award Recipient Address

     
  • No Future for Christian Churches …

    No Future for Christian Churches …

    “No Future for Christian Churches …,” Herald (Glasgow). Commentary

     
  • Bringing God back from the Dead

    Bringing God back from the Dead

    “Bringing God back from the Dead,” The Tablet. Eyebrows were raised when the prestigious Templeton Prize for progress in religion – previous winners included the Dalai Lama, Jean Vanier and Mother Teresa of Calcutta – […]

     
  • The Cleverist of Jesuits

    The Cleverist of Jesuits

    “The Cleverist of Jesuits,” The Tablet. A Scottish philosopher recalls a period in which the Society of Jesus was at the heart of an English Catholic intellectual and cultural renaissance, and describes the singular contribution […]

     
  • Religion by another name

    “Religion by another name,” The Critique. Bi-monthly online review of select news topics by academic philosophers … “At The Critique we believe that when used properly, the skills and knowledge of philosophers can make a […]

     
  • Theology and Philosophy: Can they survive in the modern university?

    Theology and Philosophy: Can they survive in the modern university?

    “Theology and Philosophy: Can they survive in the modern university?,” ABC Religion and Ethics (Web article). Theology and Philosophy: Can they survive in the modern university?

     
  • Philosophy, Causality and God

    Philosophy, Causality and God

    “Philosophy, Causality and God,” in Library of Living Philosophers: The Philosophy of Hilary Putnam (Chicago: Open Court, 2015). Critical examination of ideas about philosophy, causality and God in the work of the American philosopher Hilary […]

     
  • Scottish referendum: how religion could help heal the nation’s rifts

    Scottish referendum: how religion could help heal the nation’s rifts

    “Scottish referendum: how religion could help heal the nation's rifts,” Daily Telegraph. A church service held tomorrow with the opposing leaders in the independence campaign reveals how religion could be key to healing Scottish divisions

     
  • Is God Necessary for Morality?

    Is God Necessary for Morality?

    “Is God Necessary for Morality?,” in Hayden Ramsay ed. Truth and Faith in Ethics (Exeter: ImprintAcademic, 2011), exchange with Raimond Gaita.

     
  • Human Beings: rational, reflexive and restless

    Human Beings: rational, reflexive and restless

    “Human Beings: rational, reflexive and restless,” in S. Spiri & T. Valentini (eds) Prospettive per la filosofia (Rome: Editori Riuniti, 2010).

     
  • Visions of Mary

    Visions of Mary

    “Visions of Mary,” First Things (online – text of BBC radio essay), 2010.

     
  • Reasonable Faith

    Reasonable Faith

    Reasonable Faith In this awaited follow up to his book Faithful Reason, the well-known philosopher and Catholic thinker John Haldane brings his unrivalled insight to bear on questions of the existence of God and the […]

     
  • Atheism and Theism (2e)

    Atheism and Theism (2e)

    Atheism and Theism co-authored with J.J.C. Smart (Oxford: Blackwell, 2nd enlarged edition 2002). A volume in the Blackwell ‘Great Debates’ series, and listed by Blackwell as one of ‘Tomorrow’s Classics’. The issue of whether or […]

     
  • Why I Am a Theist

    Why I Am a Theist

    Hugh LaFollette interviews John Haldane about his theistic beliefs. LaFollette’s program was titled, “Ideas and Issues,” and aired on WETS-FM. The interview took place on January 19th, 1997.

     
  • Atheism and Theism (1e)

    Atheism and Theism (1e)

    Atheism and Theism Co-authored with J.J.C. Smart (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996) this is a volume in the Blackwell ‘Great Debates in Philosophy’ series. The series was inspired by Smart’s famous debate with Bernard Williams: Utilitarianism: For […]