Carrying bread in a plastic packet and a chalice from his home...
Peter Boghossian teaches philosophy and is the author of 'A Manual for Creating Atheists'. He believes that faith is a 'false epistemology' (way of knowing things) and even describes it as a 'virus of the mind'.
Tim McGrew is a Christian philosophy professor specialising in epistemology. He contests Boghossian's definition of faith and debates the merits of his recent book.
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