The reviews of the books below were published in TMA throughout 2010-2012.
|Faith means recognising the mind's limits
The first time I heard the title of John Wilkinson’s book, No Argument For God, I remembered my great grandfather’s favourite saying about the search for faith in God. I’m told he used to say, “Cut off your head and then you’ll understand.”
Insightful treatment of theology in a scientific age
Coming to terms with science has been a challenging task for theologians for generations. The bigger question, however, has to do with the very way we think about theology. What does it mean to practise theology scientifically?
Immortal soul or bodily resurrection
In describing us as spirited bodies, Nancey Murphy, Professor of Christian Philosophy at the Fuller Theological Seminary in California, operates from a view that in no way denies that we are intelligent, moral or spiritual.