Addressing the Conflict Between Secular Humanism and Christianity

Share Article

Jeffrey L. Walling’s new book on the Bible’s relationship with science, history

News Image

Discussing how humanistic theology continues to target Christianity and its beliefs with arguments rooted in selective science, author Jeffrey L. Walling presents his defense in “HIS STORY: As a Matter of Fact.”

As a man of faith and science, Walling addresses how children and adults alike are being influenced by secular environments to discount many of the principles in the Bible, despite how historical and scientific evidence offers support of the Christian faith.

“The Secular Humanists must be called out for their pseudo-sciences and the make-believe world they are militantly trying to establish, just as Moses, Jesus, and Martin Luther did,” said Walling. “I believe that if we get this out to the public, it will cause a stir and the truth will have its day.”

“HIS STORY” aims to expose the secular humanist religion for its hypocrisy and misplaced priorities to put an end to Christianity.

“HIS STORY: As a Matter of Fact”

By Jeffrey L. Walling
ISBN: 9781532036187 (softcover); 9781532036170 (electronic)
Available at the iUniverse Online Bookstore, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Jeffrey L. Walling owns and operates a small engineering firm in Chesapeake, VA, holds a certification for ministerial training from the Rock Bible Institute and a degree in mechanical engineering technology from Penn Foster College. He has developed a passion for reading over the past 20 years and is an avid student of biblical studies, science, technology, physics, and history.

###

General Inquiries:            
LAVIDGE – Phoenix                        
Bryan Beach
480-306-6554
bbeach(at)lavidge(dot)com

Review Copies & Interview Requests:                    
LAVIDGE – Phoenix                        
Kiersten Woglom                        
480-998-2600 x 586                    
kwoglom(at)lavidge(dot)com

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Bryan Beach
Lavidge
480-998-2600 Ext: 510
Email >