July 07, 2009

Hiatus

APOLOGIA
By Hendrik van der Breggen
(July 7, 2009)

Hiatus

Apologia will cease publication for a few weeks so its author can focus on some other matters. The picture posted above is there merely because it is colourful and attractive. The author will be in his office, which isn't close to any beaches, as far as he is aware. Cheers!

(Hendrik van der Breggen, PhD, is assistant professor of philosophy at Providence College, Otterburne, Manitoba.)

4 comments:

Dr. V said...

Dear readers of Apologia,

Although I have appreciated all (okay, most) of the comments thus far received, I have turned off the comments section so I won't get distracted from the other matters on which I need to focus.

With best regards,
Hendrik

P.S. For some reading that's much better than my Apologia, I recommend William Lane Craig's Reasonable Faith. See especially Craig's Q & A Archive.

Dr. V said...

P.P.S. I just finished reading the following book and recommend it: Vishal Mangalwadi's Truth and Transformation: A Manifesto for Ailing Nations. Dallas Willard, who is professor of philosophy at University of Southern California, says the following about Mangalwadi's Truth and Transformation: "There is urgency about Vishal's excellent argument.... His logic is impeccable and forceful." For some addtional comments concerning Mangalwadi's book, see Charles Colson's column BreakPoint.

Dr. V said...

P.P.P.S. I confess, I haven't been spending all of my time in my office. My wife and I have discovered a very nice beach about a 35-40 minute drive away at St. Malo Provincial Park.

Dr. V said...

P.P.P.P.S. For some criticisms of Richard Dawkins' work, see my recently-published article "Dawkins' Logico-Philosophical Blunder: A Reply to a Dawkins Apologist," Journal of the International Society of Christian Apologetics, Volume 2, Number 1 (2009): 41-48. For a brief look at Friedrich Nietzsche's work, keep an eye out for my forthcoming (and tentatively titled) "Awakening from the Nightmare: An overview and assessment of Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophy," Christian Research Journal (Fall 2009).