Jonathan MS Pearce

Jonathan MS Pearce is a philosopher, author, blogger, public speaker and teacher who lives in Hampshire, UK. With a number of books under his belt at Onus Books and Loom, he is a prolific blogger with a good deal of output. His blog, A Tippling Philosopher, used to be housed at Skeptic Ink Network (SIN) but now resides at Patheos, on the Atheist Channel. Find his column on OnlySky, A Tippling Philosopher, here.

His topics centre mainly around the philosophy of religion, as well as free will, and biblical exegesis.

He has a degree from the University of Leeds, a Masters in Philosophy from the University of Wales, Trinity St David and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education from the University of St Mary’s, Twickenham.

His topics for public speaking include:

  • Free Will
  • The Nativity
  • God on Trial: Philosophical Arguments Against the Existence of God
  • Morality
  • Islam and Religious Violence

He has also participated in debates on morality and God; Britain in the EU; and Islam. These debates and other videos of philosophical segments can be found on his You Tube channel here.

You can find him on Twitter here. Please contact him through the contact forms here, or at his blog.

The full list of his book titles are:

Free Will? An investigation into whether we have free will or whether I was always going to write this book

The Little Book of Unholy Questions

The Nativity: A Critical Examination

Beyond An Absence of Faith: Stories About the Loss of Faith and the Discovery of Self (ed.)

13 Reasons to Doubt (ed.)

Filling the Void: A Selection of Humanist and Atheist Poetry (ed.)

The Problem with “God”: Classical Theism under the Spotlight

Did God Create the Universe from Nothing: Countering William Lane Craig’s Kalam Cosmological Argument

The Resurrection: A Critical Examination of the Easter Story

Why I Am Atheist and Not a Theist: How to Do Knowledge, Meaning, and Morality in a Godless World

30 Arguments Against the Existence of “God”, Heaven, Hell, Satan, and Divine Design