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3 thoughts on “Philip Pullman and his atheist fiction

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Tony Watkins, Culturewatch. Culturewatch said: RT @tonywatkins_: New blog post: Philip Pullman and his atheist fiction: Philip Pullman CBE is the acclaimed author of around thirty… http://bit.ly/9tuiwO […]

  2. [The original comment on this article has been removed at the request of the person who wrote it. They emailed to say that they no longer wish to be associated with the arguments they made. However, I’m leaving my reply in place as the clarifications I make may be helpful for others.]

    I think you’re misreading me a little in places.

    >>”Because someone has a different opinion to the Christian faith, they are therefore undermining it?”

    That’s not what I’m saying. I quoted Philip Pullman’s own words above when he said, ‘I’m trying to undermine the basis for Christian belief’, but then went on to question whether that is actually his agenda, or whether he was deliberately overstating his case, since it doesn’t quite square with many other comments he’s made about ‘just’ being a storyteller. Having talked to Philip at length, I think he would be quite happy to see Christian faith undermined – he’s often referred to religion in general as a malign force – but I don’t think that’s what he’s about.

    >>”Phillip Pullman is a literary genius, his works are fiction, and are intended to be read as such. Everyone is entitled to their own belief.”

    Absolutely. That’s why my book on Pullman is subtitled ‘A thinking fan’s guide to His Dark Materials’. I think he’s a master storyteller, and I love almost everything he’s written (the one exception being ‘The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ’, which is clever but doesn’t feel to me that it shows his customary brilliance), but he and I are coming from very different worldviews, so I wanted to write something which was enthusiastic about his writing but helped people to understand some of the theological and philosophical issues within it. I commend Pullman, within this article as well as in my book, for exploring the biggest and most important questions.

    >>’It sounds more like he is being completely honest, and humble (both Christian values?) Just because he can’t accept faith in something no human has found physical proof for (this is NOT an arguable point) doesn’t mean he is an evil, ‘dangerous’ or a horrible person.”

    Where have I said that he is “evil, dangerous or a horrible person”? I have never, in print or verbally, referred to him in this way, though I do quote Peter Hitchens referring to him as dangerous to illustrate the hostility that some feel towards him. I do not share that hostility in any way, though we disagree about some fundamental issues. My contacts with him have always been very positive, and when I visited Philip in his home I found him and his wife to be charming, hospitable, generous and engaging. 

    >>”Whatever the case, I consider your post to be more ‘dangerous’ than anything Phillip Pullman has ever written or said; it encourages the stifling of anything anti-Christian.”

    Why is it dangerous or stifling? I’m presenting a critique of some of Pullman’s ideas, because we disagree about the nature of reality and some other issues which I think are of fundamental importance, but my intention was to do so respectfully and to stimulate others to think. The nature of the society we live in is that we can debate these issues and we can disagree with each other. We must do so in a way which honours and respects those we disagree with, and I have attempted to do so, but it would be dishonest of me to pretend that these issues are of no consequence. Philip Pullman himself values the freedom that we have to disagree with each other.

    >>”Pullman states: “Perhaps it might be clearer to call him (God) a character in fiction, and a 

    very interesting one too: one of the greatest and most complex villains 
    of all – savage, petty, boastful and jealous, and yet capable of moments
    of tenderness and extremes of arbitrary affection.”

    This point is hardly deniable, if you ignore Pullman’s own point of view expressed in the beginning (God being fiction).”

    Sorry, I don’t quite understand what you mean here. Could you clarify, please?

    >>”Think of all the wars and atrocities that have been committed over centuries by people (often fueled by religion), of which ‘God’ has seemingly turned a blind eye to, without bothering to intervene.”

    This is a big issue. There clearly have been some terrible wars fought in the name of religion, but human institutions have always been vulnerable to powerful individuals hijacking them to serve their own ends – boosting their power, eliminating opposition, etc. The fact that even the church has at times been corrupted in this way should not be a surprise, but it doesn’t in itself demonstrate that Christianity, or any other religion for that matter, is intrinsically bad. In fact, the worst atrocities are those of the last century and were carried out in the name of Nazi ideology and atheism (the 30 million who are now believed to have died under Stalin for example). As for God turning a blind eye, my conviction is that God gave human beings free will, which means we can choose to do terrible things as well as good ones. If that freedom is genuine, we must live with the consequences of it. The Christian conviction is that God intervened, not to take away our freedom, but to offer us rescue through the death and resurrection of his own son, so that we can be forgiven for the wrong we have done. This is a message of mercy and kindness to the undeserving, and of reconciliation. Every war, religious or otherwise, is a denial of this.

    >>”How can you expect Pullman to include, ‘In my opinion’ in every single sentence in which he talks about God? Surely it is assumed that whatever he says is his own opinion, not absolute truth that is to be accepted by the whole human race.”

    Yes, of course this is right. I am not denying his opinion, but that’s the whole point – there are other opinions, and I have an equal right to express mine.

    >> As for your statement: “My contention is that rightness, goodness, connectedness and meaning are inherently spiritual and require the existence of a God beyond the physical realm.”

    Well, that’s all well and good but why should your opinion or ‘contention’ have any more weight than Pullman’s own beliefs? Religion is a very personal, and at times, contradictory belief that everyone is entitled to embrace as an individual.

    I’m not saying that my opinion should have more weight than Pullman’s. But I do believe that these issues are not merely matters of opinion, but of reality. Either there is a God or there isn’t, whether I believe in him or not. Now it’s true that we cannot indisputably prove or disprove God, since by definition God is greater than the physical universe, but that doesn’t make it mere opinion (on the same level as favourite colour) – we can, and indeed must, talk about where the evidence points. There are three classic tests for whether or not something is true: coherence (do these ideas hang together), correspondence (do these ideas fit with reality) and pragmatism (do these ideas work, do they enable people to flourish?). The question is, which worldview best meets these criteria?

  3. If you’d like to read my book and see if I really do engage fairly with Pullman, it’s free on iTunes for today (29 April) only. http://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/dark-matter/id489469034?mt=11

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