Roy Varghese has just notified me of the death of Professor emeritus Antony Flew, the rationalist philosopher who died on April 8 aged 87, spent much of his life denying the existence of God until, in 2004, he dramatically changed his mind.
Here is Britain’s Telegraph’s obituary.
I feel lonely now. I remember sitting in the window seat at the U rez in about 1968, studying Flew. He really made people think.
Varghese is kind enough to thank me for contributions I have made to the discussion – essentially defending Flew.
For the record, here are some of them:
New atheists vs the ex-atheist
Response to hit review of Flew’s “There IS a God” in The New York Times.
Antony Flew: Is emotion really better than reason in religious matters?
Antony Flew: The authorship controversy
Antony Flew: Author or puppet?
Antony Flew: Is he too old to believe in God?
Why lifelong atheist Antony Flew decided there must be a God
Denyse O'Leary is co-author of The Spiritual Brain.