Book Reviews

What is Metaphysics?: A Review of William Hasker’s ‘Metaphysics’

Whether you read this book or not, reflecting on these questions is well worth your time. As Socrates once said, ‘The unexamined life is not worth living.”

The Moral of the Story?: Examining the Moral Argument

Over the past several millennia, many arguments for God have been put forward. Few are as powerful as the moral argument…

Reading Romans Backwards Review: ‘Context Matters’

Does the Context of Romans Matter? Context matters. If I tell my wife, “She’s cute, isn’t she?” and I motion to our six-year old daughter, I’m going to get a completely different reaction than if I say the same thing and motion to an attractive…

A Review of ‘Modern Revivalism’ by William McLoughlin

Is ‘Modern Revivalism’ Modern? I grew up in a church that was heavily influenced by the American revivalist tradition (as most evangelical churches have been), though I didn’t know that at the time. For me, it was just the way the church was and always…

Searching for the Heart of Christianity: A Review of ‘A Change of Heart’ by Thomas Oden

Luck? Coincidence? Or Providence? There are people who always seem to be in the right place at the right time. Some might call them, “lucky.” Others might marvel at the power of coincidence. But Christians believe that being in the right place at the right…