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)”

A REFORMED APPROACH TO SCIENCE AND SCRIPTURE – Keith Matthison (2013)

The battle over the age of the universe has been brewing and has reached a fevered pitch in some denominations and evangelical educational institutions.  Keith Matthison’s short book, A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture is an attempt to speak into the debate with clear biblical insight and a measure of humility. First, the foreword is writtenContinue reading “A REFORMED APPROACH TO SCIENCE AND SCRIPTURE – Keith Matthison (2013)”

GALILEO – Mitch Stokes (2011)

“On February 19, 1616, at the behest of the pope, the Holy Office of the Inquisition asked a panel of eleven theologians to judge the following Copernican theses.”  The thesis was stated as follows: The sun is the center of the world and hence immovable of local motion.   The earth is not the centerContinue reading “GALILEO – Mitch Stokes (2011)”