More Solid Ground
The Morals of the Story: Good News About a Good God
by David and Marybeth Baggett
Intervarsity Press, 2018
(260 pages, $24.79, paperback)
reviewed by Jeremy S. Neill
One of the more perplexing things about the new progressivism is the great confidence of its adherents in the correctness of their moral claims. In one sense, the new progressives have been advancing their claims with ever-increasing levels of certainty. But they have also, at the same time, become less and less confident about the foundations of their claims. Such trends are especially paradoxical when on display among progressive churchmen: they make ever-stronger assertions about what the world's moral structure ought to be, while holding ever-weakening convictions . . .
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