The fifth volume of Hope’s Reason: A Journal of Apologetics is now completed and available. I am pleased with the variety of articles included, as well as the book reviews. The journal is available on Kindle for only $0.99. Take a look at the articles and get your copy here.
- “In Memory of Andrew Rozalowsky” by Stephen J. Bedard
- “A Theodicy of Incompleteness” by Don McIntosh
- “The Battle of the Kings in Genesis 14 and Possible Mesopotamian Correspondences” by Jeff Cutright
- “Contra Lessing: A Critical Examination of Lessing’s Ditch” by Joshua Schooping
- “On The Origin of Israel In Canaan” by Timothy Zieger
- “Bayesian Reasoning and Jesus Mythicism: Responding to Raphel Lataster” by Josiah Batten
- “Beauty as a Signal of Transcendence” by Miguel Benitez Jr.
- “House Divided: Another Look on the Separation of Faith From Science” by Andrei Alyokhin
- “Sonic-Apologetics: Wielding Worship Music” by Jahdiel N. Perez
Now that this volume is complete, we need articles and book reviews for the next volume. Submit your articles on apologetics-related subjects (biblical studies, theology, philosophy, etc.). Go to the journal webpage for more information about submissions. We can also provide free books for you to review. If you are interested, contact me here.