Farrell Till

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

John Farrell Till, (born on April 26, 1933, died on October 3, 2012) and known commonly as Farrell Till, was the editor of the formerly published Skeptical Review and was a prominent debater against Christianity and biblical inerrancy in particular, having published several critical articles of the inerrancy subject as well as skeptical examinations of other biblical interpretations.

Till was a Church of Christ minister and missionary,[1] but left the church in 1963 and later became an atheist. In addition to having edited The Skeptical Review, Till ran the "Errancy" list, which discusses biblical contradictions and errors.

He formally and informally debated with numerous Christian thinkers and evangelists, including philosophical apologist Norman Geisler and Young Earth creationism advocate Kent Hovind.

Till held a B.A. English and M.A. English from Harding University. He was a member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, the National Center for Science Education, and the Council for Secular Humanism.


External links[edit]