Scientism and Secularism – J.P. Moreland (2018)

J.P. Moreland, Scientism and Secularism (Wheaton: Crossway, 2018), 210 pp. When Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species in 1859, the intellectual tectonic plates shifted with a force that continues to reverberate to this day. One of the tragic consequences (among many) that the book helped spawn was the philosophical notion of scientism. WhileContinue reading “Scientism and Secularism – J.P. Moreland (2018)”

Scientism and Secularism – J.P. Moreland (2018)

J.P. Moreland, Scientism and Secularism (Wheaton: Crossway, 2018), 210 pp. When Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species in 1859, the intellectual tectonic plates shifted with a force that continues to reverberate to this day. One of the tragic consequences (among many) that the book helped spawn was the philosophical notion of scientism. WhileContinue reading “Scientism and Secularism – J.P. Moreland (2018)”

The Gospel According to Paul

John MacArthur, The Gospel According to Paul, Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2017, 256 pp. $13.20 Nearly thirty years ago, Dr. John MacArthur wrote The Gospel According to Jesus. The book was a clear articulation of the gospel and a sharp repudiation of antinomianism and other views that failed to affirm the lordship of Jesus Christ inContinue reading “The Gospel According to Paul”

THE SEARCHERS: A Quest for Faith in the Valley of Doubt – Joseph Loconte (2012)

Joseph Laconte’s book, The Searchers takes readers on a journey of faith and doubt.  The author utilizes the travelers on the road to Emmaus to make a thought-provoking point – people long for home, a place of “belonging, meaning, and love.”  But Laconte doesn’t build his case on false pretenses.  He admits that the notionContinue reading “THE SEARCHERS: A Quest for Faith in the Valley of Doubt – Joseph Loconte (2012)”