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The Evangelical Exodus Continues

Things have been keeping me busy in the Evangelical Exodus world. The book was featured in a recent NCR article, it was reviewed by Catholic Culture, it has about 20 reviews and is currently at #133 in the Catholicism category on Amazon, then Catholic World Report published an interview with me, and I’ll be talking about it soon on The Journey Home (what some…

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Defending The Historic(?) Christian Faith

Introduction I was recently notified of a class on Roman Catholicism being taught by Norman Geisler at Southern Evangelical Seminary. Given that so many of his associates and students have become Catholic over the years (including the co-author of his latest book on the subject!), this was not a big surprise. What caught my eye, though, was the tagline…

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Theological Abstrusity

It’s been about 500 years since Martin Luther penned these words, so how many theological disagreements could there be left to resolve, right? Quite a few, actually (ask any Lutheran!). Without making claims as to their cause or solution, I offer a list of the continuing theological debates within Christianity which are significant due to theological / ethical…

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Can the Grammatical-Historical Method of Interpretation Determine Christian Orthodoxy?

Introduction In a previous post I argued that Norman Geisler’s inclusion of the Grammatical-Historical Method [GHM] of interpretation in his “Logical Method” for discovering Christian orthodoxy was problematic. Here I will expand on this issue, for it is often at this stage that related debates get hung up. This is not a critique of the GHM itself.…