Book Review: ‘The Story of Reality’ by Greg Koukl

Here at the Chalcedon Foundation, we’re in the process of going digital. That means all our stuff, going back to the beginning, will be available on our website, . It’ll all be there, and we need people to visit the site and use its many resources.

My recent review of Greg Koukl’s book, The Story of Reality–an excellent book, by the way–is there, with lots and lots of company. Let me post a link to it.

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Our ministry’s greatest need is, as it has always been, to communicate our message. In the past, we’ve tried to do it by mail. But now we have moved on, technologically, and we cry out for website visitors. Come on down! I mean, I can’t even begin to describe what all we’ve got there. Everything we’ve ever published! And it’s all for free.

As a merely selfish consideration, I want to show my employers and the other folks at Chalcedon that this little blog can help attract visitors to the Chalcedon website–which in turn will help keep the blog going. I pray some of you will become regular visitors to the site and avail yourselves of its plethora of resources.

So come on down!

11 comments on “Book Review: ‘The Story of Reality’ by Greg Koukl

  1. Digital publishing is a major revolution. It’s cut the cost of disseminating information dramatically. Hopefully the good of this will outweigh the efforts of those whom desire to use it for nefarious reasons.

    1. I agree. It makes perfect sense. As bizarre as things are right now, it is becoming more difficult to keep people from finding truth, and I believe this will help mankind overall greatly, in the long run.

  2. I have been a committed supporter of Chalcedon since the early 1990’s. I have boxes full of R. J. Rushdoony cassettes. I have saved every edition of the “Chalcedon Report” (now “Faith For All of Life”). That is where I found out about Lee’s blog!! I became digital friends with Eugene Clingman who passed away last year, who was a contributer to their magazine. I can’t say enough about the great intellectual work the Chalcedon Foundation is doing (and why does the Spell Check keep saying I am misspelling Chalcedon? :))

    1. Personally, I’m sorry to see the magazine give way to electronic stuff. But we have to be careful about how we spend our money.

    2. The hope is that we’ll reach more people with the website than we can with the magazine. I didn’t get a vote on this, but I’ll do everything I can to make it succeed.

    3. Other groups have made similar moves. My guess is that it will end up OK. People whom are interested in the information will stick with you, those whom aren’t interested probably won’t be affected either way, but perhaps a few people will have their interest sparked by access without cost.

  3. Is Chalcedon website have the free books still available online? I checked a few months ago and it wasn’t; right now I cant access it at the place I’m at

    1. I haven’t heard of any change in that policy, and a great deal of work went into making those books available online. When you come back, let me know if you have a problem getting to the books. Maybe I can find someone who can help.

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