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Great Interview of J.P. Moreland on SCIENTISM!

Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason interviews philosopher J.P. Moreland on scientism’s worldview from his book Scientism and Secularism: Learning to Respond to a Dangerous Idealogy.

Click on the picture of Moreland’s book to listen to this important discussion.

Here’s a short excerpt of Moreland’s talk:


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Posted by on January 26, 2019 in scientism


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Naturalism and Christianity — Thomas Oden on Guilt and Sin!

“The heart of the difference between cheap-grace doctrines of guilt-free existence and the Christian gospel is this: Modern chauvinism desperately avoids the message of guilt by treating it as a regrettable symptom. Christianity listens to the message of guilt by conscientious self-examination. Hedonism winks at sin. Christianity earnestly confesses sin. Secularism assumes it can extricate itself from gross misdeeds. Christianity looks to grace for divine forgiveness. Modern consciousness is its own fumbling attorney before the bar of conscience. Christianity rejoices that God himself has become our attorney. Modernity sees no reason to atone for or make reparation for wrongs. Christianity knows that unatoned sin brings on misery of conscience. Modern naturalism sees no need for God. Christianity celebrates God’s willingness to suffer for our sins and redeem us from guilt.”
Thomas C. Oden, Guilt Free


Posted by on July 24, 2018 in sin


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Time for a Great Tozer Quote: Christianity’s Surrender

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Posted by on October 12, 2016 in secularism


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