The Myth of Quantum Consciousness. The Humanist 53(2) 1992, pp. 13-15.
Cosmythology: Is the Universe Fine-Tuned to Produce Us? Skeptic 4(2), 1996.
Anthropic Design and the Laws of Physics.
Published in the Reports of the National
on Science Education, Vol. 18, Number 3, May/June 1998,
pp. 812. Link to text not available.
Science Found God? Published
in Free Inquiry19(1)
Winter 1998/99, 56-58.
Anthropic Coincidences: A Natural Explanation. Published
in Skeptical Intelligencer Vol.
3 Issue No. 3, July 1999.
Does the Cosmos Show Evidence of Purpose? Published in Skeptical
Inquirer Vol. 23, No. 4, July/August 1999.
Natural Explanations for the Anthropic Coincidences. Philo 3, no. 2 (2000): 50-67.
Humanity in Time and Space.
Essay published in Free
Inquiry Vol. 21 No. 2 Spring 2001.
The God of Falling Bodies.
published in Skeptical
InquirerVol. 25, no. 5, September 2001, special
on science and religion.
Premise Keepers. Article published in
Inquiry Vol. 23 No. 3 Summer 2003.
in Free Inquiry 25, No. 2,
2004, reacting to media reports that famous philosopher Antony Flew has
atheism to belief in God. Flew admits "errors" in a letter in the
If We Can Keep
Science Afloat. Contribution to a
special symposium in Free Inquiry October/November
2005 Vol. 25 No. 6. p. 32.
Do Our Values Come From God? The Evidence Says No. Free Inquiry, August/September 2006.
A Scenario fro a Natural Origin of Our Universe. Philo 9, no. 2 (2006): 93-102.
Onward Science Soldiers. Comment and Opinion in Skeptical Inquirer, 2007.
Where Can God Act? The New Quantum Theology. Free Inquiry, Fall 2008.
Demystifying the Quantum. In the Australian Skeptic sometime in 2008.
What's New About the New Atheism? Philosophy Now, sometime in 2010.
Why I Beleive in the New Atheism (and it's not just a matter of faith). Submitted to Free Inquiry, 2010.
Why Religion Must Be Confronted. Free Inquiry June/July 2011.
The God Hypothesis. New Scientist, March 17, 2012.
Free Will and Autonomous Will: A Physicist's Perspective on How We Are Accountable for Our Actions. Skeptic 17, no. 4 (2012).
What do you find most interesting and suprising about the science and religion discussion today? Answer to quesuon from Science + Religion Today sometime in 2012.