As Christians and as scholars, we value truth, but when we encounter what we believe to be untruth, how should we respond?
Mary Poplin responds to the question, “What do you desire to be the top takeaways for readers of Is Reality Secular?”
I’ve engaged in periodic conversation with David Naugle, Distinguished University Professor, chair and professor of philosophy at Dallas Baptist University, for quite some time. Why? To wrestle with “the heart” and the history of worldview, not only only in an “academic” sense, but also in the life and ministry to which I have been called […]
What is real? . . . If you’re talking about what you can feel, what you can smell, what you can taste and see, then real is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain (43) Material Naturalism With the above quote from The Matrix (1999), Mary Poplin introduces Part 2 of Is Reality Secular? What is the nature […]
Is reality secular? Is adequate knowledge secular? And is that something that has been established as a fact by thorough and unbiased inquiry? Is this something that today’s secular universities thoroughly and freely discuss in a disciplined way? (11) Mary Poplin wastes no time in establishing the centrality of Dallas Willard’s questions to Is Reality Secular? What […]