The Dawkins Letters: Challenging Atheist Myths

 I'm thoroughly enjoying David Robertson's The Dawkins Letters: Challenging Atheist Myths.  This book is a chapter-by-chapter response to Richard Dawkins' well known title, The God Delusion.  I'll come back and write more on this later; for now, I want to point out the great counter argument Robertson gives to Dawkins' Darwinian explanation of morality. Dawkins defines goodness …

Evolutionary Fundamentalists

  (This is a re-post from July, 2012) I’ve heard about Phillip Johnson’s book, Darwin on Trial, but until recently I haven’t read it.  And I’m very glad I finally did. This book does not deal with superficial issues.  It gets right to the heart of the matter by examining the logic, presuppositions, and religious …

Hodge on Darwinism

Here’s a dated but helpful book on the issue of evolution and Christianity: What is Darwinism? by Charles Hodge.  In just over 100 pages, Hodge talks about different theories of the beginning of the universe and its existence.  He specifically hones in on Darwinism, including Darwin’s view of natural selection and teleology.  Hodge also explains …

Darwinian Fundamentalism

 I've heard about Phillip Johnson's book, Darwin on Trial, but until recently I haven't read it.  And I'm very glad I finally did. This book does not deal with superficial issues.  It gets right to the heart of the matter by examining the logic, presuppositions, and religious aspects of Darwinism. Darwin on Trial captured my attention …

The Limits of Science (Newbigin)

  Science delivers "an ever growing abundance of things to have and to do, beyond all the dreams of earlier ages.  It offers no guidance, however, on the questions of worth: What things are worth doing?  What things are worth having?  Perhaps the most poignant example of this tragic situation is the way in which the …

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