|Dr. Benjamin Wiker|
Benjamin Wiker holds a Ph.D. in Theological Ethics from Vanderbilt University, and has taught at Marquette University, St. Mary's University (MN), and Thomas Aquinas College (CA).
He is now a Lecturer in Theology and Science at Franciscan University of Steubenville (OH), and a full-time, free-lance writer. Dr. Wiker is a Senior Fellow of Discovery Institute and a Senior Fellow at the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. He writes regularly for a variety of journals.
Dr. Wiker just released a new book called Architects of the Culture of Death (Ignatius). His first book, Moral Darwinism: How We Became Hedonists, was released in the spring of 2002 (InterVarsity Press). He has written another book on Intelligent Design for InterVarsity Press called A Meaningful World: How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature (due out in Spring 2006).
|Latest columns by Dr. Benjamin Wiker|
|» What Is Religion Good For Anyway|
In the last article on The Secular Revolution we reported Smith’s claim that secular revolutionaries dealt with religious believers in a less than honest way, claiming publicly that believers could have their spiritual world but proclaiming private... read more
• September 15, 2006
• Christian Living
|» Faith Stealers|
Witness the following nightmare. Mom and Dad, you scrimp and save for years to give your kids a good college education. You also invest even more time nurturing the faith of your children. With tears of pride (and perhaps, a second mortgage on your h... read more
• August 16, 2006
|» The Language of God|
So often-in fact, with tireless repetition-we are told that the really top-name scientists are not Christians. That intellectual rigor and religious belief cannot coexist in the same person. We suspect that what is really the case, is that there are ... read more
• July 13, 2006
• Christian Living
|» What Happened to American Education?|
In the last installment of our series on Christian Smith's The Secular Revolution we highlighted the top-down secular revolution as it occurred in American education. Again, Smith argues that American students studying at renowned German universities... read more
• June 7, 2006
|» Da Vinci Deja Vu|
The trick is quite simple: the Revolutionist "finds" a lost Gospel, publishes it, and declares that the lost Gospel is the real Gospel, suppressed by Big Bad Church Meanies in the first centuries of Christianity. The real Gospel is then tru... read more
• May 26, 2006