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In this episode of the FreeThinking Podcast Tim and I venture further into the world of metaphysics. We discuss the free will debate from a metaphysical perspective, including discussions on compatibilism, agent vs. event causation, and moral and rational responsibility. There's some new stuff in here we haven't necessarily covered before, so we'll…
 
In this episode of the FreeThinking Podcast Tim and I venture further into the world of metaphysics. We discuss two competing views for regarding the nature of possible worlds: Concretism vs. Abstractionism. **NOTE** Apologies for the audio quality of my voice, I think I might have had the wrong mic recording. It's not unbearable, but it's not the …
 
In this episode of the FreeThinking Podcast Tim and I venture further into the world of metaphysics. We discuss two competing views for Realists regarding the nature of exemplifying properties: Relational Ontology vs. Constituent Ontology. **NOTE** Apologies for the audio quality of my voice, I think I might have had the wrong mic recording. It's n…
 
Tim and I sit down to chat about a recent episode of the Free Will Show. We discuss the thought experiments known as Frankfurt Cases and their implications for divine determinism and libertarian freedom. *EDIT 7/8/21* The wrong file was posted originally but has since been corrected. If you've listened already, try redownloading.…
 
Provocative title so I'm sure you'll want to listen. We discuss Tim's proposed acronym for the Molinist. After all, if the Calvinists get an acronym, why can't we? Seems only fair. This episode is the second of two episodes that follow along with Tim's article on the subject which is linked below. Hope you enjoy! https://freethinkingministries.com/…
 
Provocative title so I'm sure you'll want to listen. We discuss Tim's proposed acronym for the Molinist. After all, if the Calvinists get an acronym, why can't we? Seems only fair. This episode is the first of two episodes that follow along with Tim's article on the subject which is linked below. Hope you enjoy! https://freethinkingministries.com/t…
 
While recording our podcasts discussing Tim's response to Guillaume Bignon, I realized I'd disagreed with something I'd written down on our notes. Rather than cut off recording to discuss it, I decided to keep the cameras rolling so-to-speak, and both Tim and I liked the free flowing discussion that ensued. So I figured, why not make it into a bonu…
 
If you haven’t heard by now, Tim wrote a book. It’s a good book. You should buy it and read it. However, some people thought it was a not good book. One person in particular, philosopher Guillaume Bignon, wrote a 50 page refutation of Tim’s book. Tim wrote an article as a rejoinder to this refutation. Now we’re talking about it. In this episode, we…
 
If you haven’t heard by now, Tim wrote a book. It’s a good book. You should buy it and read it. However, some people thought it was a not good book. One person in particular, philosopher Guillaume Bignon, wrote a 50 page refutation of Tim’s book. Tim wrote an article as a rejoinder to this refutation. Now we’re talking about it. In this episode, we…
 
If you haven’t heard by now, Tim wrote a book. It’s a good book. You should buy it and read it. However, some people thought it was a not good book. One person in particular, philosopher Guillaume Bignon, wrote a 50 page refutation of Tim’s book. Tim wrote an article as a rejoinder to this refutation. Now we’re talking about it. In this episode, we…
 
If you haven’t heard by now, Tim wrote a book. It’s a good book. You should buy it and read it. However, some people thought it was a not good book. One person in particular, philosopher Guillaume Bignon, wrote a 50 page refutation of Tim’s book. Tim wrote an article as a rejoinder to this refutation. Now we’re talking about it. In this episode, we…
 
If you haven't heard by now, Tim wrote a book. It's a good book. You should buy it and read it. However, some people thought it was a not good book. One person in particular, philosopher Guillaume Bignon, wrote a 50 page refutation of Tim's book. Tim wrote an article as a rejoinder to this refutation. Now we're talking about it. In this episode, we…
 
If you haven't heard by now, Tim wrote a book. It's a good book. You should buy it and read it. However, some people thought it was a not good book. One person in particular, philosopher Guillaume Bignon, wrote a 50 page refutation of Tim's book. Tim wrote an article as a rejoinder to this refutation. Now we're talking about it. In this episode, we…
 
If you haven't heard by now, Tim wrote a book. It's a good book. You should buy it and read it. However, some people thought it was a not good book. One person in particular, philosopher Guillaume Bignon, wrote a 50 page refutation of Tim's book. Tim wrote an article as a rejoinder to this refutation. Now we're talking about it. In this episode, we…
 
Finally, in this episode, Tim and I stake out where we tend to lean in the epistemological debates I've been talking about. Spoiler alert: neither of us takes a particularly strong position, but we point out what we believe to be the biggest issues in both sides. We'd like to revisit this topic again in the future, hopefully with some special guest…
 
Olivia Hartley is a sub-editor and podcast interviewer at The Critic magazine. After she interviewed me last week for her podcast she told me that her thinking had completely changed while working there. Obviously, that meant I had to interview her too, to offer hope to humanity - nothing less! - so we can answer the question, how do we stop thinki…
 
No, those two topics are not related, but Tim and I start out this podcast talking about the Gina Carano controversy. If you're not interested in that, feel free to skip to about the 10 minute mark for our discussion on epistemology. In these next couple of episodes, I'll be laying out some various views and problems in epistemology that I learned …
 
I know, I know, we have not done a podcast in awhile. And by that I mean our last episode was August 27th of 2020! There's no real interesting story as to why we took such a long break, other than the fact that I (Scott) started my M.A. in Philosophy and Tim published a book. As it turns out, this takes up a lot of time. Well, fortunately (or perha…
 
I had a great conversation with Dr Zoe Harcombe about her trailblazing dietary advice. If you follow the NHS's Eatwell Guide the first think you should know is that Zoe calls it the Eat Badly Diet! We talked about eating to lose weight, food for optimum nutrition and how to stay healthy in the time of Covid and lockdown. .Her website: https://www.z…
 
Professor Ellen Townsend leads the Self-Harm Research Group (SHRG) within the School of Psychology at the University of Nottingham. She up Reachwell, to collect evidence and advocate for children and young people during lockdown. We talked about the impacts of Covid and lockdown on children and young people, how we move on from fear and help everyo…
 
James Caspian is a psychotherapist interested in Jungian psychology. He has a practice in Sussex and in the North Pennines. He worked for a decade in a clinical setting with people undergoing gender transition, and was a trustee of the Beaumont Trust, a charity which helped 'trans' people of all descriptions. He trained the public sector and NHS st…
 
Rev’d Kat Campion-Spall is a priest in the Church of England. She was ordained in 2010 and currently serves as Associate Vicar in a church in central Bristol. Kat was recently appointed Dean of Women’s Ministry in the Diocese of Bristol alongside her parish role. This follows many years of working within and outside church structures towards the Ch…
 
I interviewed Kirsty Brimelow QC in her Doughty Street Chambers. She has a stellar career in human rights, criminal and public law and a string of successes and awards. She become one of my early lockdown heroes when I read about her work in identifying and overturning wrongful convictions under the UK Lockdown regulations, starting with the very f…
 
Dr. Kelly Fitzsimmons Burton is an epistemologist (a philosopher who studies knowledge) who has authored the books "Reason and Proper Function" and "Retrieving Knowledge: A Socratic Response to Skepticism." Tim Stratton believes her work in epistemology has strengthened his FreeThinking Argument and also provides a platform to speak about what we c…
 
Stella O’Malley is a psychotherapist, bestselling author (‘Cotton Wool Kids’, 'Bully-Proof Kids' and ‘Fragile’) and the presenter of the Channel 4 documentary ‘Trans - Kids: It’s Time To Talk’ and she works in private practice in rural Ireland. Her body of work about fear, anxiety and developing emotional resilience couldn’t be more relevant to 202…
 
Adam Mehdi Mahdavi is an Iranian-American college student who has had enough of being inundated with Critical Theory and cultural Marxism on his college campus. He has decided to fight for freedom and to fight back against this "Goliath." Mahdavi shares his story and his experience in this interview. Don't miss it!…
 
"Black lives matter." That statement is objectively true, but the organization that goes by that name is evil. Monique Duson used to support the organization but now seeks to replace BLM with the Center for Biblical Unity. Check out the Center for Biblical Unity here: https://www.centerforbiblicalunity.com/…
 
Who is "The Wintery Knight"? He's often referred to as the "Batman" of Christian Apologetics. This is the case because hardly anybody has seen his face unmasked or knows his true identity. One thing we do know is that despite the name "Wintery" he is a person of color. Be that as it may, he loves America and opposes the Marxist revolution growing i…
 
Helen Cooke is an expert in disability and graduate recruitment and she’s a wheelchair user. She works with organisations to provide them with the expertise to be disability confident in their strategy and recruitment. We talked about her background, from overcoming challenges like going to a school with no lift and needing to be carried up the sta…
 
Joanna Williams is the author of 'Women vs Feminism', 'Academic Freedom in an Age of Conformity' and 'Consuming Higher Education, Why Learning Can't Be Bought'. She is a columnist for Spiked and writes regularly for The Times, The Spectator and American Conservative. She is the founder of the think tank Cieo and director of the Freedom, Democracy a…
 
Wild food experimentalist, course faciliator, forager, the ever-curious Fergus Drennan, aka Fergus The Forager, has been gathering and learning about wild plants, seaweeds, and fungi for over 40 years. Badger pizzle, a mermaid’s purse and squirrel milk featured on the menu of this Freethinking podcast. Links: http://fergustheforager.co.uk/ https://…
 
Fionne Orlander is a British transwoman who finds themselves at odds with the trans ideology & activism that represents that supposedly represents them. (Fionne’s choice of pronouns.) Despite a more controversial stance, Fionne is a rare and charming breath of air on Twitter, and her common sense and politeness might be what earned her a public inv…
 
Many have been asking why FreeThinking Ministries has taken a detour from discussing things like free will, God's sovereignty, and arguments for the existence of God, to constantly discussing racism, critical theory, and Marxism. Stratton, Fox, and Olson discuss this question and answer it! Make sure to tune in, subscribe, smash that like button, a…
 
Many have been asking why FreeThinking Ministries has taken a detour from discussing things like free will, God's sovereignty, and arguments for the existence of God, to constantly discussing racism, critical theory, and Marxism. Stratton, Fox, and Olson discuss this question and answer it! Make sure to tune in, subscribe, smash that like button, a…
 
Many have been asking why FreeThinking Ministries has taken a detour from discussing things like free will, God's sovereignty, and arguments for the existence of God, to constantly discussing racism, critical theory, and Marxism. Stratton, Fox, and Olson discuss this question and answer it! Make sure to tune in, subscribe, smash that like button, a…
 
Dr Naomi Murphy is a consultant clinical and forensic psychologist. She has over 20 years of experience of finding ways to make psychological treatment accessible to people who’ve found it hard to access mainstream services and have often been labelled “untreatable”. She is currently Clinical Director of the Fens Unit within a high secure prison at…
 
Tim Stratton recently wrote an article affirming peaceful protests but condemning violent and sinful riots in the wake of George Floyd's death. The response from some aspiring Christian theologians was shocking. The FreeThinking team discusses this topic and more on this episode. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/an-open-letter-to-…
 
Tim Stratton recently wrote an article affirming peaceful protests but condemning violent and sinful riots in the wake of George Floyd's death. The response from some aspiring Christian theologians was shocking. The FreeThinking team discusses this topic and more on this episode. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/an-open-letter-to-…
 
Tim Stratton recently wrote an article affirming peaceful protests but condemning violent and sinful riots in the wake of George Floyd's death. The response from some aspiring Christian theologians was shocking. The FreeThinking team discusses this topic and more on this episode. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/an-open-letter-to-…
 
Adam Coleman, Timothy Fox, and Tim Stratton discuss George Floyd, "bad cops," racism, riots, justice, and Jesus! Ultimately, we discuss what grounds equal rights for ALL humans and provide some ideas on how to make things right. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/if-you-think-racism-is-wrong-you-should-be-a-christian/…
 
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