Stanley Fish on the Foundations Baptist Fellowship and American Protestant Fundamentalism More Generally

Readers of my blog know that I have a strong (and perhaps strange) affinity for Stanley Fish, the pragmatic, antifoundationalist literary theorist and classic public intellectual gadfly. I find him always stimulating and incisive, even when I disagree. But because his strength is analysis and not so much evaluation (indeed, in what I’m about to quote … Continue reading “Stanley Fish on the Foundations Baptist Fellowship and American Protestant Fundamentalism More Generally”

Al Mohler Talks to Stanley Fish

I love Stanley Fish, and I was thrilled to find this morning in my podcast feed that he has showed up again on Al Mohler’s “Thinking in Public.” I was even more thrilled as I listened on the bus—at single speed, so I didn’t miss a thing, an honor I rarely show my podcasters—that Mohler asks him … Continue reading “Al Mohler Talks to Stanley Fish”

Rational Wiki Summarizes My Stanley Fish Paper

The skeptics and freethinkers over at Rational Wiki have done me the kindness of offering a one-line summary/review of my article on Stanley Fish’s presuppositionalism. It was part of a list of many other of their summaries of articles in Answers in Genesis’ Answers Research Journal. Needless to say, Rational Wiki views ARJ as a … Continue reading “Rational Wiki Summarizes My Stanley Fish Paper”

Stanley Fish Paper Published in Answers Research Journal

I’ve been kind of super excited about this… I have finally thrown my tiny pebble into the pond! Now I’m just waiting to watch the ripples. Well, it’s probably more like this: I have finally thrown my grain of sand into the ocean! Now I’m just waiting to be bitten by a jellyfish. I have … Continue reading “Stanley Fish Paper Published in Answers Research Journal”