Fuller Seminary Professor Exalts Jesus by Denying Inerrancy

In explicitly disposing of the full truthfulness of the Bible, Fuller Seminary professor Daniel Kirk marshals the frequent, and if I may say so, tiresome and worn-out, argument that the Bible must be read Christologically. G. C. Berkouwer and many others have made this argument long ago, but repetition of assertion is not equivalent to [...]

The Tranzies

In his The Servile Mind: How Democracy Erodes the Moral Life, Kenneth Minogue refers to “transnational progressives,” or “tranzies” for short. These are political Leftists who hold in contempt ordinary patriotism and patriots and local and national laws and customs and instead champion “global” justice and jurisprudence, which always, just coincidentally, seem to fill out the [...]

Boy Scout Religion

The New York Times’ openly homosexual columnist Frank Bruni is scandalized that the Boy Scouts would consider maintaining on grounds favorable to “the religious right” their long-held policy that scout leaders be heterosexual only, though the Scouts do intend, it seems, to change their policy of prohibiting homosexual scouts. Bruni writes: But what about the [...]

Books That Have Most Influenced Me

Single volumes: Christopher Dawson, The Historic Reality of Christian Culture Gerhard Ebeling: The Problem of Historicity Daniel P. Fuller: Gospel And Law: Contrast or Continuum? Peter Gay: Modernism: The Lure of Heresy Leon Morris, The Apostolic Preaching of the Cross Francis A. Schaeffer, The Great Evangelical Disaster Thomas Sowell, A Conflict of Visions  Richard Tarnas, [...]