Who’s Afraid of the Unmoved Mover?
Postmodernism and Natural Theology
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Andrew Shepardson has done evangelicals a great service. He carefully has exposited and assessed the views of several leading postmodern evangelicals who reject natural theology and apologetics. Contrary to their claims, he makes a compelling case that these tools are not dead in our postmodern milieu; indeed, they are vitally needed. His recommendations for Christian education and churches should be taken to heart. This book should be read carefully by evangelical academics, pastors, and students.”
—R. Scott Smith, Professor of Christian Apologetics, Biola University
“In an age when science and theology are finding greater compatibility, harmony should not come at the expense of natural theology and objective apologetics. Shepardson strategically engages popular thinkers who unnecessarily cut a limb of philosophy to save evangelical life. When the unmoved Mover acts, epistemology can be remarkably comprehensive. Christian thought gains an argument for honest but challenging compatibility between postmodernism and natural theology in this valuable work.”
—W. Brian Shelton, Professor of Theology and Church History, Toccoa Falls College