My book The War For Children’s Minds was Routledge’s lead title for 2006. It focuses on issues concerning moral and religious education, using philosophical tools to help clarify and assess key arguments. Phillip Pullman said it “should be read by every parent, every teacher and every politician”.
The book was based on a prize-winning essay (joint winner of the £5,000 ESRC-Prospect Millenium essay prize in 2000). The publication had considerable impact and was reviewed by . The Economist and featured on Radio 4 Today programme and Radio 3 Nightwaves (where I was in discussion about the book with Prof. Anthony O’Hear). It was also focus of . a two-page feature in The Guardian.
Other (introductory) books include:
• Very Short Introduction to Humanism (OUP, 2011)
• The Great Philosophers (Quercus, 2007)
• The Philosophy Gym (Headline, 2000) – German version was winner of the E5,000 Mindleheim Philosophy Prize in 2009
- “Hell, Vagueness, and Justice: A Reply to Sider,” (co-authored with Ted Poston), Faith and Philosophy, 25:3, 322-328, July 2008.
- “Epistemological Considerations Concerning Skeptical Theism,” Faith and Philosophy, 25:2, 172-176, April 2008.
- “A User’s Guide to Design Arguments,” (co-authored with Ted Poston) Religious Studies (Cambridge University Press, 2008), 44:1, 99-110.
- “Divine Hiddenness and the Nature of Belief,” (co-authored with Ted Poston) Religious Studies (Cambridge University Press, 2007), 43:2, 183-198.
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