Signature In The Cell by Stephen C. Meyer

Dr. Meyer has provided a thorough look into the discovery and meaning of DNA as it relates to the scientific theory of Intelligent Design.  Stephen Meyer has a Ph.D in philosophy of science from arguably the most scientifically prolific site in academia, the University of Cambridge. He is the director of the Discovery Institute and... Continue Reading →

How To Die by Seneca

With a title like How to Die, I had to check it out. Also, it’s part of a series of books from Princeton University Press called Ancient Wisdom for Modern Readers. They’re short, compact, very readable “How To” translations of ancient philosophical works. I’ve read four so far and this is my second by Seneca,... Continue Reading →

Knowing God by J.I. Packer

    This book is difficult to sum up in a review. It’s one of those great Christian books that belongs on the Mt. Rushmore with Mere Christianity and Desiring God. (That’d be interesting to think of what say four books belong on the Mt. Rushmore of great Christian books.) No matter how I comment... Continue Reading →

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