Category Archives: J.P. Moreland

Fundamentalism: Both sides of the same correspondence theory epistemological coin

I would recommend this book to my intrepid interlocutor (see last post).  Perhaps you, Moreland, and the rest of the contributors to this book should sit down over a cup of coffee and hash out how you all hold to … Continue reading

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Never Got the Memo, Part II

Continuing on with Andrew Davinson’s essay regarding “reason” and the postmodern shift he also notes the habit of some Christians to use modernist understandings of reason and to accept some of the foundational aspects of the Enlightenment project. I have … Continue reading

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