Theo Hobson

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In 2007, Dr. Theo Hobson wrote that atheism is "pretentious and cowardly".[1]

Theo Hobson, PhD is an author who was born in West London.[2] Dr. Theo Hobson studied English literature at York, then later theology at Cambridge.[3] Dr. Hobson did his PhD thesis on Protestant theology and also on rhetoric; and his first book published was the work The Rhetorical Word: Protestant Theology and the Rhetoric of Authority (Ashgate 2002).[4]

In addition, Dr. Theo Hobson wrote the books Against Establishment: an Anglican Polemic (DLT 2003) and Anarchy, Church and Utopia: Rowan Williams on Church (DLT 2005).[5] Dr. Hobson also wrote an essay on atheism published in the Guardian entitled Atheism is Pretentious and Cowardly.[6]

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  1. http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/theo_hobson/2007/06/atheism_is_pretentious_and_cow.html
  2. http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/theo_hobson/profile.html
  3. http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/theo_hobson/profile.html
  4. http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/theo_hobson/profile.html
  5. http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/theo_hobson/profile.html
  6. http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/theo_hobson/2007/06/atheism_is_pretentious_and_cow.html
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