Quotable What is the basic concept of revelation as taught in Scripture? Scripture teaches that something of God is revealed in the natural universe, s…
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Quotable Confusion about the nature of faith leads many people to another serious error: thinking that neither atheism nor science involves faith. Yet,…
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Quotable One important lesson to be drawn from the history of Western philosophy concerns the relationship between philosophy and religion. It is not u…
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Welcome to the final issue of The Worldview Bulletin for 2019! In this issue Paul Copan proposes five criteria for evaluating worldviews, Paul Gould be…
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Contents Part Two News eBook Deals Helpful Resources and Miscellaneous Gems News* Christianity Today’s 2020 Book Awards Biblical Archaeology’s Top 10 D…
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Seven Principles of Technogesis by Douglas Groothuis “If you want to know what water is, don’t ask a fish.” So goes the Chinese proverb. By extension, …
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The Word Made Flesh by Paul Copan Many of us will enter into the Christmas season singing Charles Wesley’s “Hark! the Herald Angels Sing.” Several line…
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Quotable Charles Taylor uses the term immanent frame to refer to how in the current cultural context people view everything in terms of a natural rathe…
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Dear Readers, As we near the end of our first year publishing The Worldview Bulletin, we’d like to celebrate by giving away three free one-year subscri…
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Quotable Evangelical theology is animated by the conviction that God speaks and reveals truth about God’s self to humanity. The first four volumes of C…
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Quotable Richard Dawkins claims that “The nineteenth century is the last time when it was possible for an educated person to admit to believing in mira…
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Welcome to the November issue of The Worldview Bulletin! In this edition, Paul Copan looks at five commonalities that we share with nonbelievers, which…
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