Posts Tagged ‘Apologetics’

Solidly grounded in traditional theology and the obvious product of deep biblical reflection, The End of Christianity is, in my view, a must-read for theologians, pastors, elders, scientists who speak on faith-science issues, and laypersons alike. No other theodicy I have studied more uncompromisingly or with greater integrity reconciles Scripture with scientific discovery. In fact, […]

“Dembski’s latest work is brilliant! Some Critics rank it with the works of CS Lewis and Francis Schaeffer. And rightly so!” Prof. Dr. Peter Zöller-Greer Member of the New York Academy of Sciences; Fellow and Member of the International Society for Complexity, Information and Design; Awarded Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Read the entire review […]

“The obvious product of deep biblical reflection and solidly grounded in well-established traditional theology, The End of Christianity is an incalculably valuable contribution to the forum of Christian thought on the subject of theodicy, and as such, in my view, is a must-read for theologians, pastors, elders, and laypersons alike. No other theodicy that I […]

“This anthology delivers attentive coverage about relevant assumptions, claims, reasons, and evidences that goes to the center of contemporary intellectual hostility toward Christianity. Moreover, the contributors exemplify unmistakable care for their topics, without indulging in idiosyncratic fanfare, or scholarly intramurals only recognizable to the specialist. Thoughtful nonspecialists can feel at home with these books, and […]

“This collection is wonderful, especially in combination with the previous collection Passionate Conviction. It really does provide excellent essays to rationally and reasonably defend the truth of Christianity. The best thing about this book is that it deals with numerous contemporary issues and concerns. It is hard since the popularization of Dawkins and Erhman for one to simply jump to […]

Why such a broad scope? Because the book is in honor of John Warwick Montgomery, and he is a man of intense scope. He has more PhD’s and Graduate degrees than I have fingers, in essence he has a hand in about every field and the book reflects on his contributions and has essays in […]

JW Montgomery is a lost gem in Christianity, likely because he is of a another intellectual level from most. Astounding can only begin to describe a career filled with books on numerous subjects as well as doctorate degrees to back them up, and then his debate history with major players such as Madalyn Murray O’Hair, […]

When Bill Dembski employs his characteristic brilliance and boldness to illuminate one of theology’s thorniest problems, as he does in The End of Christianity, the result is a book that deserves a wide readership, and serious attention from the experts. Phillip E. Johnson, author of Darwin on Trial.

“There is only one biblical foundation for a Christian’s assurance of salvation: that God the Son came to be our propitiation and advocate. Only when faith is solidly founded there can a believer go on to apply these rigorous tests: Is my belief correct enough? Do I live a holy life? Do I love other […]

Happily, there are many good books being written today. But it is rare, indeed, to find a book that towers over the others in profundity and quality. William Dembski’s The End of Christianity is such a book. It is so interesting and well-written that I could not put it down. But more importantly, I have […]