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List of Documents

Here is a list of documents on this website, organized by author. The year indicates when I wrote the essay (or book), and not when the author wrote the book. The earliest essays tend to be fairly short and may be inadequate.

Acts, 2021. Acts 1-6, Acts 7-12 (a cognitive and prophetic analysis of Acts 1-12)

Justin Barrett, 2013. Why Would Anyone Believe in God (cognitive science of religion)

Louis Berkhof, 2016. Systematic Theology (Reformed Theology)

Hans Boersma, 2013. Heavenly Participation (sacramental Christianity)

Bill Bright, 2013. God: Discover His Character (traits of God)

Bill Bright, 2013. Seven Mountains of Culture (American evangelical Christianity)

Martin Buber, 2016. I and Thou (an extension of mysticism that includes relation and scientific thought)

John Calvin, 2013. Calvinism (TULIP and divine sovereignty)

1 Corinthians, 2016. 1 Corinthians (a cognitive analysis of 1 Corinthians, updated 2019)

2 Corinthians, 2019. 2 Corinthians 1-6, 2 Corinthians 7-13 (a cognitive analysis of 2 Corinthians)

Daniel, 2021. Daniel (a cognitive interpretation of Daniel 11-12)

Herman Dooyeweerd, 2012. Law spheres

Angelina van Dyke, 2013. TESOL meta-theory (language and culture)

Eden, 2016. Creation and garden of Eden (a cognitive analysis of Genesis 1 - 3)

Norman Fairclough, 2013. Language and Power (deconstructionism)

Kyle Fedler, 2013. Exploring Christian Ethics

Don and Katie Fortune, 2012. Motivational Gifts (Romans 12 spiritual gifts)

Lorin Friesen, 1994. Christian seminar booklet (cognitive styles, conscience, compatibilities and conflicts)

Lorin Friesen, 1997. A Programmer’s Guide to the Mind (My first book: Mercy and Perceiver thought)

Lorin Friesen, 2001. Higher Thought and Lower Motives (My second book: Truth, holiness, and science)

Lorin Friesen, 2010. Biblical Christianity—derived from a diagram (My third book: a simple overview)

Lorin Friesen, 2010. Music (a cognitive look at musical theory)

Lorin Friesen, 2010. The Supernatural (an early attempt to analyze the angelic realm)

Lorin Friesen, 2011. Cognitive Theology (an early attempt at systematic theology)

Lorin Friesen, 2012. Open theism (my first look at open theism)

Lorin Friesen, 2012. Islam (a cognitive look at Islam)

Lorin Friesen, 2013. Orthodox Christianity (based in various websites)

Lorin Friesen, 2013. Pentecostalism (based in various sources)

Lorin Friesen, 2016. Kabbalah (based in various sources)

Lorin Friesen, 2016. The Internet (the implicit message of the structure of the Internet)

Lorin Friesen, 2018, Physics (a cognitive and analogical analysis of physics)

Lorin Friesen, 2019, Alien Plan (a cognitive analysis of two websites on aliens)

Lorin Friesen, 2019, The Trinity (a brief look at the nature of God)

Bill Gothard, 2015. Institute in Basic Life Principles (American Christian fundamentalist psychology)

Hebrews, 2018. Hebrews 1-6, Hebrews 7-10, Hebrews 11-13 (a cognitive analysis of Hebrews)

Hegel, 2010. Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis (a brief look)

Heidegger, 2011. Sein und Zeit (a brief overview)

John, 2017. John 1-6, John 7-12, John 13-17, John 18-21 (a cognitive analysis of the Gospel of John)

1 John, 2016. 1 John (a cognitive analysis of the book of 1 John)

Darrell Johnson, 2016. Discipleship on the Edge (an analysis of the book of Revelation)

Karl Jung, 2010. MBTI categories, MBTI system (analyzed using mental symmetry)

Immanuel Kant, 2010. Transcendental argument, morality (a brief look at some ideas)

James Lindsay, 2023. Wokeism and Marxism (a cognitive analysis of the newdiscourses website)

Luke, 2023. Luke 1-6, Luke 7-12 (a cognitive comparison of Luke and Western history)

Matthew, 2020. Matthew 2-10, Matthew 11-17, Matthew 18-24 (a cognitive comparison of Matthew and Western history)

Matthew 24, 2016. Matthew 24 and Luke 21 (a cognitive look at the prophecy of the destruction of the Temple)

Matthew Kelly, 2013. Rediscover Catholicism (a psychological view of Catholicism)

Thomas Kuhn, 2010. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (paradigms and paradigm shifts)

James Loder, 2014. The Knight’s Move (A Kierkegaardian view of incarnation and science)

Robert McCauley, 2015. Why Religion is Natural and Science is Not, (cognitive science of religion and science)

Gerald McDermott, 2014. Seeing God (Jonathan Edwards’ religious affections)

Josh and Sean McDowell, 2020. The Unshakable Truth, (apologetics and Christian faith)

Ludwig von Mises, 2010. Economics (a look at some quotes by von Mises)

1 Peter, 2019. 1 Peter (a cognitive analysis of the book of 1 Peter)

2 Peter and Jude, 2019. 2 Peter (a cognitive analysis of the books of 2 Peter and Jude)

John Piper, et al., 2013. Beyond the Bounds (Calvinism)

David Pollock, 2013. The Third Culture Kid Experience (cross-culturalism)

Ayn Rand, 2011. Objectivism (philosophy of pragmatism)

John Redekop, 2015 Politics under God (Mennonite look at politics)

Revelation, 2016. Revelation 4 - 22 (a cognitive analysis of the book of Revelation)

Revelation, 2021. Revelation 4 - 1 (a historical and cognitive analysis of Revelation)

Anthony Robbins, 2013. Awaken the Giant Within (motivational psychology)

Carla Rueckert, 2010. Law of One (aliens and mysticism)

Emanuel Swedenborg, 2012. Inner Light (heaven and ruling loves)

Vinson Synan, 2019. The Century of the Holy Spirit (history of Pentecostalism)

Todd Tremlin, 2011. Minds and Gods (cognitive science of religion)

Denny Weaver, 2015. Becoming Anabaptist (anabaptism)

Ellen White, 2019. The Great Controversy (Seventh-day Adventism and absolute truth)

Dallas Willard, 2015. The Spirit of the Disciplines, (Phenomenology and spiritual disiplines)

Dallas Willard, 2015. The Divine Conspiracy, (Sermon on the Mount)

Dallas Willard, 2015. Renovation of the Heart (spiritual transformation)

N.T. Wright, 2014. Paul and the Faithfulness of God (based on five books by Wright)

Ravi Zacharias, 2013. Beyond Opinion (apologetics)