By Bradley L. Sickler For the last few decades, there has been a growing fascination with the human brain. Far from being limited to the work of researchers in laboratories, an obsession with the brain has swept through the culture at large. When we turn on the television or pic…
Bulletin Roundtable Question In this Bulletin Roundtable, our four contributors respond to the question: “What practices, habits, or disciplines have y…
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by John C. Peckham *Editor’s Note: See part 1 of this series here. The motif of cosmic conflict is prominent in Scripture and throughout the Christian …
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by John C. Peckham “Now that the forces and the laws of nature have been discovered, we can no longer believe in spirits whether good or evil. . . . It…
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Plus Thinking About Who We're Becoming
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Greetings from The Worldview Bulletin team! In this issue Paul Copan, in his eighth installment on the problem of evil, shows how a naturalistic worldv…
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Contents Part Two News Book Deals News A Biblical Critique of Secular Justice and Critical Theory He’s Still There and Still Not Silent—Revisiting Fran…
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