Bertrand Withdrawals? Buy the Book.
My relative silence around here, as I explained earlier, is due to a looming book deadline. I'm traveling to North Carolina this week for a speaking engagement, so it only gets worse. If you're having Bertrand withdrawals, though, there's a perfect remedy. You could pick up a copy of my book Rethinking Worldview. Here's an excerpt from the review at Discerning Reader:
In Rethinking Worldview, J. Mark Bertrand has written an expansive book…a witty book. He has written a literary book, and a provoking book. An erudite book and a fascinating book. I think my brain hurts . . . . I am also convinced I cannot do justice to this book in a mere review. Had we but world enough and time, as well as web space, I might be inclined to take a prismatic look at the book: firstly as a Christian non-fiction book of the ‘Christian Life/General’ variety (a catch-all publishing-marketing category I deny Bertrand’s book fits neatly into), secondly as an introduction to general philosophy, thirdly as a topical commentary on certain biblical narratives, and lastly but not least, a call to a new view of worldview studies. Bertrand has even sprinkled a generous dash of autobiography into the mix.