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J. P. Moreland: Kingdom Triangle

Kingdom Triangle is a book is for both the heart and the mind, the fruit of many years of thoughtful ministry, apologetic engagement and philosophical reflection, articulated with passion and erudition. It is not always easy reading. But then, why should it be? We have been lazy and simple for too long. If we are really going to exemplify the mind and character and power of Jesus Christ, enter the Kingdom Triangle and take our place in the Grand Drama—where the stakes are so high, and the rewards are eternal—it will demand our best efforts. But that’s what we were created for.

Reviewed by W. Simpson

Notes

[1] “Jack” was C.S. Lewis’s nickname.

[2] I also think it’s heartening to see an intellectual of J.P’s calibre coming down firmly in support of ‘the supernatural’ in contemporary Christianity —though not without aiming a few well-placed (but friendly) criticisms of charismatic excesses.

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Category: Living the Faith, Pneuma Review, Spring 2008

About the Author: W. Simpson, PhD (University of St. Andrews, Scotland), is a physicist and writer with an interest in theology, currently engaged in scientific research in the middle-east.

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