Enlightened critics of religion like to point to a history of intolerance of criticism in religion. So it is nice to see Terry Eagleton and Karen Armstrong in fifth place in the New Humanist's 2009 Bad Faith awards, with about six-and-a-half percent of the votes. The New Humanist's article points out "that both have written books this year criticising the New Atheists and mounting what some might call a more sophisticated defence of religion." Quite generally it seems that whenever people talk about important things, there will be those who find good criticism most irritating; and the more popular the philosophy, the more politics there will be.
In 2003 I was published in the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, but I've DONE little since then (I am currently writing a book). Blogging since 2007, originally as enigMan (a "Meaning"-full name), my main involvement was via the Philosophers' Carnival because I started a PhD in Philosophy in 2007. (The preliminary work for my book having got boring, in 2014 I started taking photos of my village, sharing them with similar amateurs and others on google+ and now on MeWe (as google+ is no more) and also short videos on YouTube. For what I think about the Antichrist Zuckerberg, see my posts :