Reading in History and Christianity this week. The book’s author, John Warwick Montgomery, was one of the gifted apologists who helped to secure the foundation of biblical faith in my early faith. Montgomery, now in his 80’s, continues to write and defend the faith, is an intellectual giant of almost superhuman achievement. The holder of … More Psychology or Christ?
And that is the world we live in. When the morals and standards of a nation decline, when the standard operating procedure for all things ethical is mob rule, might, power, volume and “outrage” how can any nation survive. Forty-two years ago, John Warwick Montgomery, in a tiny book titled THE LAW ABOVE THE LAW … More “Among Cannibals, one feels guilty for not cleaning his plate.”
Wednesday is for Thinking Our Nation (and a lot of Christians) Play Pretend I was reminded of this recently by commencing to re-read a dusty book from my shelf. The book was Where is History Going: A Christian Response to Secular Philosophies of History (Bethany, 1969) by John Warwick Montgomery. Actually, it would be truer … More Our Nation (and a lot of Christians) Like to Play Pretend
Wednesday is for Thinking Ran across a fascinating quote from Trevan Wax on the relevance of G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936). Thanks to Miguel Labrador for passing on the article by Elise Hilton at the Acton Institute. Full article here. The whole article is worthwhile and just finding an article on one of my favorite authors was … More The Dogmatism of Atheists
Friday Musings Thomas Altizer was the vanguard of the “Death of God” movement in the 60’s. John Warwick Montgomery is the brilliant (11 earned degrees) Christian apologist and theologian who devastates his opponents with regularity in every debate I have ever read in which he was involved. This one was no exception. Altizer is nearly … More Reread the Altizer- Montgomery Debate