Whatever happened to the Evangelical church?

By Coyle Neal on August 5, 2013

Why the 20th century sucks.

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Lots of Stupid Christians

By Schaeffer's Ghost on March 12, 2013

Review of The Democratization of American Christianity by Nathan O. Hatch For as long as I can remember, I’ve been addicted to the bandwagon. Consequently, here is my contribution to the ongoing Schaeffer’s Ghost discussion of the intellectual state of…

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Jesus Makes You Smarter

By Paul Miller on January 23, 2013

Review of Habits of the Mind: Intellectual Life as a Christian Calling, by James W. Sire By PAUL D. MILLER A colleague once asked me what makes a good analyst. I thought for a while, and answered “humility, courage, and…

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Christian Scholarship Doesn’t Have to be About Christianity

By Justin Hawkins on January 21, 2013

Excellence:  The Character of God and the Pursuit of Scholarly Virtue, by Andreas J. Kostenberger By Justin Hawkins Andreas J. Kostenberger’s position at the top of evangelical Biblical scholarship affords him a particularly privileged vantage point to comment on the…

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Smart Christians

By Paul Miller on January 15, 2013

Review of Jesus Christ and the Life of the Mind by Mark Noll By PAUL D. MILLER I previously blogged sympathetically about Mark Noll’s indictment of evangelical stupidity in his book The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind. That post spurred a…

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Stupid Christians

By Paul Miller on January 4, 2013

Review of The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind by Mark Noll By PAUL D. MILLER Have you ever noticed the prominence of Catholics among American public intellectuals? George Weigel, Peggy Noonan, Robert P. George, Richard John Neuhaus, Ramesh Ponnuru, William F.…

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