‘The Religious Tradesman’ by Richard Steele

Richard Steele was a Puritan minister in the mid-seventeenth century, but his work The Religious Tradesman is what you might consider a "lost classic." Even in 1747, eighty years after its initial publication, Isaac Watts, writing in the introduction, lamented that the piece was "now very little known;" it's popularity foundering under the disadvantages of an "ancient … Continue reading ‘The Religious Tradesman’ by Richard Steele

Where's the (Philosophy of) Science? A Review of Four Views on The Historical Adam

Late in 2013 Zondervan released another installment in their Counterpoints series--this particular contribution offering different perspectives on the historicity of Adam. Since their inception several years ago, I have appreciated these multiple-view books. Although I usually come to and leave these books holding firmly to one of the views, I am always grateful to learn, first-hand, how proponents of different … Continue reading Where's the (Philosophy of) Science? A Review of Four Views on The Historical Adam