Category Archives: Worldview

Can the Religious Right Be Saved?

Word is quickly spreading that Russell Moore just “killed it” last week when he presented the 29th annual Erasmus Lecture, sponsored by First Things (published by the Institute on Religion and Public Life).  Moore is the President of the Ethics … Continue reading

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Generous Justice (Book Review)

Christians with a social conscience.  The idea wasn’t supposed to be so controversial.  But it seems whenever you combine the notions of justice with the gospel, the antennae go up for critics of the social gospel.  Now don’t get me … Continue reading

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The Stories We Tell (Book Review)

People love stories.  Radio shows and podcasts that feature original storytelling remain popular year after year.  The industries of television and movies have tremendously evolved over decades.  We don’t ever seem to get bored of them.  Well, maybe.  But not … Continue reading

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Darwin’s Doubt (Book Review)

Despite the prevailing cultural narrative, the scientific and philosophical debate over origins—cosmological and biological—has not died.  Both sides of the issue (Darwinism or “Neo-Darwinism” as the prevailing evolutionary theory is known today, and Special Creation) still talk to one another.  … Continue reading

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Every Good Endeavor (Book Review)

My father-in-law is always reminding me that as a pastor my job is not to be a “ministry professional” but to equip others do minister in the vocations that God has uniquely called them to.  The biblical rationale for this … Continue reading

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What’s Your Worldview (Book Review)

As the Global West becomes more pluralistic, individualistic, and secular, Christians have sought to evangelistically engage our neighbors through discussion on worldviews.  Worldview apologetics is the currently en vogue branch of the art and science of providing a humble defense … Continue reading

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Is Evolution Your Religion?

Poets write about what they value and believe to be true, good, and beautiful.  The poem is not aiming at the reader’s head, but his heart.  In this sense, poetry can be worship.  The analyst, the scientist, the theoretician, and … Continue reading

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