IVP - Addenda & Errata - Common Ground on a Meaningful World

June 12, 2007

Common Ground on a Meaningful World

Sometimes you never know who your friends will be--or at least, as Francis Schaeffer put it, your cobelligerents.

Recently IVP published A Meaningful World by Benjamin Wiker and Jonathan Witt. The book seeks to make the case for a universe that is full of purpose, arguing the case from Euclid to Shakespeare to the development of the periodical table.

In a fascinating example of common ground The Muslim Weekly recently offered a supportive response to the book. Read it for yourself!

Posted by Andy Le Peau at June 12, 2007 11:23 AM Bookmark and Share

Comments

Great article.

And it made me think that A Meaningful World would be a terrific addition to a homeschool curriculum, since it brings together secular accomplishments in a way that reveals the presence of God in unexpected places.

Comment by: L.L. Barkat at June 14, 2007 12:59 PM

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