This blog explores intellectual arguments supporting Christianity (Christian apologetics) from an atheist perspective and critiques Christianity’s impact on society.
About the Author
After graduating from MIT in 1980, I designed digital hardware, about which I wrote my first book, The Well-Tempered Digital Design (Addison-Wesley, 1986). I have programmed in a dozen computer languages and in environments ranging from punch cards, to one of the first windowing environments, to MS-DOS, to Windows (starting with version 1.0). I am a co-contributor to 14 software patents and have worked at a number of technology companies from a 10-person startup to Microsoft and IBM.
Since leaving Microsoft, I have focused on writing. Future Hype: The Myths of Technology Change (Berrett-Koehler, 2006) explored technology change—how we see it and how it really works.
My focus now is on Christianity and atheism. I’ve written a novel that explores these intellectual arguments, Cross Examined: An Unconventional Spiritual Journey, which is available as a paperback or ebook.
I live in the Seattle area. Please contact me with feedback about the book or this blog, including suggestions for new posts, at crossexaminedblog AT gmail DOT com.
Banner artwork by Kyle Hepworth.