Thursday, January 14, 2016
On Point of View today, Kerby welcomes author, Dr. Craig Biehl. He discusses his book, God the Reason: How Infinite Excellence Gives Unbreakable Faith.
In the second hour, we are joined in-studio by Dr. Carole Haynes who tells us more about how Common Core is now the law of the land and the new Every Student Succeeds Act.
Dr. Craig Biehl
Craig received his AB in Economics from Cal Berkeley, MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management, ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, and PhD in Systematic Theology from Westminster Theological Seminary. He is the author of The Infinite Merit of Christ: The Glory of Christ’s Obedience in the Theology of Jonathan Edwards; Reading Religious Affections, The Box: Answering the Faith of Unbelief, and God the Reason: How Infinite Excellence Gives Unbreakable Faith. Craig and his wife Angelica enjoy ministering with patients and staff at a local convalescent and hospice center near their home in Philadelphia.
God the Reason: How Infinite Excellence Gives Unbreakable Faith
Without technical jargon and complicated formulas, God the Reason uses simple language and easy to understand illustrations to present the life-changing excellence of God's perfections and their importance for apologetics. For one, all things are impossible without the God the Scripture, while every known fact and scientific discovery declares the truth of Christian faith. And while atheists would need complete knowledge of everything in the universe and beyond to know the infinite God of the Bible does not exist, they deny Him even as they are immersed in a clear and marvelous display of His power and genius.
Dr. Carole Haynes
Writer | Speaker
Dr. Carole Hornsby Haynes earned her doctorate in Professional Education with a minor in history from the University of Memphis.
At the undergraduate and graduate levels, Carole majored in music with advanced classical piano studies at the University of Memphis and Rhodes College.
Dr. Haynes has taught both music and history at the secondary school level. At the university level she taught teacher education courses at the University of Memphis and history at the Memphis Junior College where she served as Chairman of the Social Sciences Division.
She works on textbook committees and has served as expert reviewer for the Texas State Board of Education Fine Arts Curriculum. Carole is an education policy consultant and writer about education and culture policy.
Her commentaries can be found at National Center for Policy Analysis, Education Views, Texas Insider, and American Thinker, among others,
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