Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption Promo Video

Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption now has a promo page on bjupress.com. If you haven’t yet purchased a copy, you will want to do so now that there is a promo page. Bryan Smith, the…

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Gunton on Epistemology

All interpretation is shaped by the frameworks of belief which we bring to it; the hope is that the text—or rather the Holy Spirit’s opening up of the text—will enable us both to use and…

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Article in Answers Magazine

I originally wrote this article for the New York Times opinion page, but it wound up in a slightly less partisan publication, Answers Magazine. (To be clear, the article has been edited a bit to reflect the change…

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Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption

I finally got my copy. It’s the culmination of my nine years at BJU Press and the one book of mine most likely to actually get read: Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption, a 12th grade Bible…

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The Distinction Between Legal and Moral

The god of [any given] system is the fountainhead of [its] morality. This is why Christians have an easy distinction in their minds between “legal” and “moral.” But for those who believe that there is no…

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Never Knowing Where We’re Going We Can Never Go Astray

Read this while poking around the Internet for philosopher Richard Rorty’s obituary: Michael Williams, philosophy department chairman at Johns Hopkins University, said Dr. Rorty, one of his mentors, “taught the lesson there are no fixed…

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