C.S. Lewis described his first meeting with one of his early professors, “Knock” Kirkpatrick, in his book Surprised By Joy. Lewis had made a simple comment where he referred to an area as being “wilder” than he expected and unexpectedly Kirk challenged him on that statement. Kirk asked on what grounds could Lewis defend what … Continue reading The Knowledge Problem within a Secular Worldview
One of the books I am currently reading is "Controversy of the Ages, Why Christians Should Not Divide Over the Age of the Earth" by Theodore Cabal and Peter Rasor II. I am only about a quarter of the way through but so far it is proving to be a well written and informative book. … Continue reading Can the Mind of Man be Trusted?