In the wake of 9/11, the faith of many people was shaken to the core… with the help of authors like Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens, a movement many referred to as “New Atheism” emerged – pointing a finger at religion as a source of global violence and zealotry. Now, more than a decade later, the rhetoric seems to have softened. Our guest today argues that secular humanism is shifting into a new era, paving the way for a brand new conversation about religion and the faithless.
Theo Hobson is a theologian and author of a recent article for The Specatator titled: “Richard Dawkins has Lost: Meet The New New Atheists."
UPDATE: Due to a poor phone connection our interview with Theo Hobson was cut short. Please check out his article to learn more about New New Atheists.