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There have been many reviews of this book from different sources, but this is one of the very few from a 'dispensational' perspective.


"A reductionistic god belongs to a reductionistic world picture, just as much as a vitiated view of consciousness and intentionality results from an outlook which doesn’t care to explain such “directed” mysteries."


This new book by Meyer describes the hopeless disarray into which evolutionary explanations of the Cambrian Explosion have come.  The author convincingly shows how the evidence does not comport with Neo-Darwinism, but in fact contradicts it at many crucial points.


"Hermeneutics is not just the art and science of how to interpret, but is also reflection on how we already interpret.  This is tacitly acknowledged on page 65 n.22 where there is a suggestion made to meditate on passages in the Psalms and Isaiah before interpreting.  But they quickly go on to affirm the importance of “the literary and linguistic aspects of the biblical material” (66).  This point is well taken, but it is in the employment of these aspects within a theological matrix that is often the problem."


Reviews

‘Counseling The Hard Cases’ – A Review

This is one of the very best resources available to the counselor

Counseling the Hard Cases

‘The Bible Among The Myths’ – A Review

This book is a “must-read” for Christians who wish to counter unbiblical thinking. Review of The Bible Among The Myths by John NContinue Reading

A New Commentary on Exodus

A New Commentary on Exodus

“Kregel’s Exegetical Commentary series has already made a strong impact with works by Allen Ross on Psalms and Robert Chisholm on Judges/Ruth, and Garrett doesn’t let the side down.  His Exodus Commentary is a fine work of scholarship, being nicely “weighted” towards the first part of the Book (to ch. 24) for preachers.”

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A Review of ‘Invitation to Biblical Interpretation’

A Review of ‘Invitation to Biblical Interpretation’

“Hermeneutics is not just the art and science of how to interpret, but is also reflection on how we already interpret.  This is tacitly acknowledged on page 65 n.22 where there is a suggestion made to meditate on passages in the Psalms and Isaiah before interpreting.  But they quickly go on to affirm the importance of “the literary and linguistic aspects of the biblical material” (66).  This point is well taken, but it is in the employment of these aspects within a theological matrix that is often the problem.”

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A Review of Stephen C. Meyer’s “Darwin’s Doubt”

A Review of Stephen C. Meyer’s “Darwin’s Doubt”

This new book by Meyer describes the hopeless disarray into which evolutionary explanations of the Cambrian Explosion have come.  The author convincingly shows how the evidence does not comport with Neo-Darwinism, but in fact contradicts it at many crucial points.

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Clear Calvinism

Clear Calvinism

A clear presentation of the so-called “Doctrines of Grace” Greg ForsterContinue Reading

Craig Keener’s ‘The Historical Jesus of the Gospels’

This is a great book on the historicity of Jesus Craig SKeener-JesusContinue Reading

David Bentley Hart and “Christianity’s Fashionable Enemies”

David Bentley Hart and “Christianity’s Fashionable Enemies”

David Bentley Hart’s Atheist Delusions is a book that seeks to address the arrogant dismissals of the positive influence of Christianity upon the world. Atheist Delusions by David Bentley HartContinue Reading

David Bentley Hart’s, ‘The Experience of God’ – The Full Review

David Bentley Hart’s, ‘The Experience of God’ – The Full Review

“A reductionistic god belongs to a reductionistic world picture, just as much as a vitiated view of consciousness and intentionality results from an outlook which doesn’t care to explain such “directed” mysteries.”

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Full Text of Dr. Henebury’s Review of Greg Beale’s Massive ‘N.T. Biblical Theology’

G. K. Beale’s magnum opus recommends Christians interpret the Bible via subtle allusions (often in the Septuagint) and typologically.  We all due respect, we say no!

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