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Category: Book Review

  • Scientific orthodoxy, theological innovation

    Review By: Daniel Davidson This book is divided into three parts, each containing four to five chapters. The first part addresses the historical interactions between science and religion. The second part examines selected contemporary issues in science and religion. The … Continue reading

  • A Theology of Action: Owen Strachan on “Risky Gospel”

    By Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr. One of the most lamentable symptoms of today’s emotionalist Christianity is its tendency to inaction. We can trace this symptom to any number of causes, and most of them are theological. Many Christians suffer from … Continue reading

  • On Ethical Gray Zones

    By David Coppedge Examples from World War II and the present illustrate that just because some people compromise ethics doesn’t mean ethics itself is a matter of opinion. Nazi ethics:  Philip Ball’s new book Serving the Reich: The Struggle for the Soul of … Continue reading

  • Soft secularism is no solution

    A review of Worlds Before Adam: The Reconstruction of Geohistory in the Age of Reform by Martin J.S. Rudwick University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, 2008 Reviewed by John K. Reed Martin J.S. Rudwick is a prolific and prominent historian of geology; his … Continue reading

  • Misunderstanding creation

    A review of Holman QuickSource™ Guide to Understanding Creation by Mark Whorton and Hill Roberts Reviewed by Andrew S. Kulikovsky This work is part of a series of ‘quick guides’ to various Christian topics published by Broadman and Holman. The book contains forty … Continue reading

  • To find the maker of the motor …

    by Renton Maclachlan Ayn1 Rand (died 1982) was a Russian-born American novelist who founded the philosophical school called ‘Objectivism’ and the ethical system known as ‘Objectivist Ethics’. These she asserted were based on rational and logical deductions from reality. She built on … Continue reading

  • Politicizing Jesus

    A review of Killing Jesus: A history by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard Henry Holt and Company, New York, 2013 reviewed by Lita Cosner Books about Jesus tend to reveal more about their authors than about their subject. This is because various groups tend to … Continue reading

  • The tragic toll of toxic teaching

    A review of Saving Darwin: How to be a Christian and Believe in Evolution by Karl W. Giberson, HarperOne, New York, 2008 Reviewed by Jerry Bergman This is the story of how a professing Bible-believing Christian young-earth creationist, Karl Giberson, became a committed Darwinist … Continue reading

  • World Winding Down—a further tool for building up believers

    A review of World Winding Down by Carl Wieland 93 pp, Creation Book Publishers, Powder Springs GA 2013. Reviewed by Jillene Bailey The Second Law of Thermodynamics is the best verified law that we have in science, and yet it is also a … Continue reading

  • Gay marriage: right or wrong?

    CMI’s new booklet helps give Christians answers Gay marriage is one of the biggest social issues debated today. As presidents, prime ministers, and many prominent Christian leaders endorse same-sex unions, it is gaining popularity. Many churches and Christians are struggling … Continue reading

  • Reza Aslan’s Zealot, a second-rate rehashing of discredited theories

    by Lita Cosner Reza Aslan is no Bible scholar, and it shows. Zealot reads like every low-budget ‘historical Jesus’ documentary ever made. Reza Aslan seems to say that you can trust hardly anything in the Gospels (except the particular points the author … Continue reading

  • The Grasshopper Geologist

    by Scott Gillis It might surprise you to find out that our children’s book, Exploring Geology with Mr. Hibb is currently one of our best-selling resources. So why would a children’s book featuring a curious grasshopper be such a hit? Because young and … Continue reading

  • Dragons On Ancient Maps Based On Real Animals

    By R. L. David Jolly Have you even seen pictures of maps that were made hundreds of years ago in the medieval and Renaissance days?  Many of them have dragons and sea monsters drawn on them and for years evolutionists … Continue reading

  • Scientists’ Letter Challenges PZ Myers’ Revisionism

    By David Coppedge In a letter to Nature, three scientists set the record straight about theology and science, after atheist P.Z. Myers got off with only a mild rebuke in a previous book review. Glenn Branch gave a fairly genteel … Continue reading

  • Can you answer: ‘How did we get our Bible?’

    A new resource tackles an age old criticism that impacts on the authority of Scripture By Gary Bates and Lita Cosner Not only keen creationists, but even lay Christians will know that one of the biggest skeptical objections to the Christian faith is … Continue reading

  • Clearly Perceived

    A review of Without Excuse by Werner Gitt, in cooperation with Bob Compton and Jorge Fernandez, Creation Book Publishers, 2011 Reviewed by Rachael Denhollander For God’s invisible attributes, namely, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of … Continue reading

  • If evolutionists inspired Scripture

    A review of: Seven Glorious Days: A Scientist Retells the Genesis Creation Story by Karl W. Giberson – Paraclete Press, Brewster, MA, 2012 Reviewed by Lita Cosner What if we could rewrite Scripture, taking out the things that we think are outdated, disproved, contradictory, … Continue reading

  • Theistic evolutionary doublespeak

    A review of The Language of Science and Faith by Karl W. Giberson and Francis S. Collins  InterVarsity Press, 2011 Reviewed by Lita Cosner Many Christians ask whether it is possible to accept modern science while being faithful to the Bible’s teachings on … Continue reading

  • Reinventing Jesus”: Book Review

    by Brian Janeway PhD (c) EXCERPT As one who spends most of his time investigating the archaeology of the Old Testament, “Reinventing Jesus: How Contemporary Skeptics Miss the Real Jesus and Mislead Popular Culture” is a much appreciated primer on the historical … Continue reading

  • The totalitarian intolerance of the New Atheists

    A review of The Rage Against God by Peter Hitchens Continuum International Publishing Group, London, 2010 Reviewed by Dominic Statham Peter Hitchens is the brother of the prominent atheist Christopher Hitchens. He is an award-winning columnist and author, and currently writes for the … Continue reading

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