I am a featured speaker on “Labeled,” a documentary exposing the unethical eugenics practices in American hospitals today. As someone with a mentally handicapped sister, this documentary hits very close to home for me. This is an important issue we should all know about if we truly believe every person is made in the image of God and is thus created equal and endowed by his or her Creator with the right to life. So check out the movie, and get educated on the issues.
This book, published by the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics, is now available. It is a discussion of the problem of poverty by a wide range of Christian theologians, economists, and thinkers, who are wrestling with the best, most biblically faithful approach to solving the problem of poverty. I wrote the introductory chapter. If you are interested in biblical economics, I highly encourage you to read For the Least of These.
True Reason: Confronting the Irrationality of the New Atheism, edited by Tom Gilson and Carson Weitnauer, launches today! It’s a response to the New Atheists written by some of the top scholars and apologists in the English-speaking world. Authors include Gilson, Weitnauer, William Lane Craig, Chuck Edwards, David Marshall, Lenny Esposito, David Wood, Peter Grice, Timothy McGrew, Samuel J.Youngs, Sean McDowell, John M. DePoe, Randall Hardman, Matthew Flanagan, and yours truly, contributing a chapter on Christianity and Slavery. It’s definitely worth your time.
My latest book, entitled The Image of God, is now available in print and in e-book form. The easiest place to find it in print is probably on Amazon, though it is available at other online retailers. It can also be found as an e-book in all formats at Smashwords. You can also find it available for Kindle at Amazon.
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