On Not Having All the Answers (“Coffeehouse Theology” in a postmodern world)

Today’s post is an interview with Ed Cyzewski (MDiv, Biblical Theological Seminary), author of Coffeehouse Theology: Reflecting on God in Everyday Life (NavPress). This book is an introduction to contextual theology, i.e., to “help the reader understand, shape, and live out practical Christian theology in the postmodern context” (from the book’s webpage), rather than seeing honest questions as a [Read More...]

Is Christian Apologetics Secular and Unbiblical? An interview with Myron Penner

Today’s post is an interview with Myron Penner (PhD, University of Edinburgh), author of the upcoming The End of Apologetics: Christian Witness in a Postmodern Context, slated to be released July 1. Penner is an Anglican priest in the Diocese of Edmonton, Alberta. He previously taught at Prairie College and Graduate School and served as a [Read More...]

Initial Thoughts in a New Book Defending Evangelical Biblical Scholarship

Earlier this year, Crossway released Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith?: A Critical Appraisal of Modern and Postmodern Approaches to Scripture edited by James K. Hoffmeier and Dennis R. Magary of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in suburban Chicago (hereafter DHMMF) Briefly stated, the book is a sustained defense of what the authors consider to be the traditional and [Read More...]

Guest Post: Giberson on Science and Christianity (Or, Why God Likes Math and not Postmodernism)

Today, Karl Giberson concludes his six-part series of excerpts from his new book The Wonder of the Universe: Hints of God in a Fine-Tuned World . Karl Giberson, noted speaker and writer about the intersection of Christian faith and science. (See first post for intro; see his complete bio here.) In this sixth excerpt, Giberson tells us what he [Read More...]


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