Thinking through Creation is a tremendous example of Christian intellectual engagement with contemporary culture, of "cultural critique."
I have serious concerns about the Thomistic revival that seems to be sweeping Evangelicalism in recent years, including many Reformed pastors and scholars (see my reviews of Carter, Barrett, and Dolezal). In The Failure of Natural Theology, Jeffery Johnson addresses one significant issue raised by the theology of Thomas Aquinas. I am thankful to have … Continue reading Review of The Failure of Natural Theology
The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self is a excellent analysis of contemporary culture. I commend it to parents, Bible students, and pastors.
Loving to Know offers a remedy to Western epistemology, integrating Polanyi and John Frame, but leaves much to be said in terms of ontology.
The Master and His Emissary is a fascinating adventure but is ultimately unpersuasive in the area were it would be most significant.