Moreland is a philosopher, theologian, and apologist, and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University. His main work is centered on critiques of materialism and naturalism because they conflict with his premise that God exists (he has contributed to several of Lee Strobel’s books). He is also a fellow at the Discovery Institute, and is explicitly mentioned (and assumed to be a major player in the promotion of ID/anti-materialism/anti-science) in the Wedge document.
Famous for his claim that there is overwhelming evidence that demons exist, Moreland is particularly known for the contention that there have been plenty of demonic events at Biola University. Take that, stupid psychologists and your claims that people behaving strangely may be mentally ill.
Moreland is, as mentioned, a dualist and a staunch defender of what Andy Schlafly calls ‘the logic of hell’. It is always interesting to see apologists’ feeble attempts at reconciling the existence of hell with God’s omnipotence and perfect goodness (the Answers in Genesis people love him, however). You can see Graham Oppy review his book “The Creation Hypothesis” here. Yes, is the old cosmological arguments – with Bible verses as premises.
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