Daily Archives: November 28, 2017

The Evangelical Penumbra?

Originally posted on Bob on Books:
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center [CC BY 2.0] via Flickr Ross Douthat, in an op-ed piece in the New York Times titled “Is There an Evangelical Crisis?” proposed that evangelical intellectuals and writers and their…

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Correct . . . but wrong

Originally posted on Laura Droege's blog:
Recently, I’ve been re-reading the book of Job. I’ve read it before–that’s what happens when you attend Christians schools, church, and Sunday school for several decades–but I hadn’t picked it apart and thoroughly…

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Book Write-Up: Death at Thorburn Hall

Julianna Deering.  Death at Thorburn Hall.  Bethany House, 2017.  See here to buy the book. This is Book 6 of the Drew Farthering Mysteries.  It is also the first Drew Farthering book that I have read.  There were details of … Continue reading

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Ranking Presidents on Economic Policy: The Suffocating Statism of Herbert Hoover

Originally posted on International Liberty:
Using comparative bar charts, I’ve analyzed the economic policies of Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, and Richard Nixon. My basic conclusion was that economic policy moved in the right direction…

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Titus 3:9-11 – Dealing with Those Who Disagree

Originally posted on Reading Acts:
Because of these descriptions, scholars have tried to explain these false teachers in several ways: Some have connected the false teachers with either the followers of Marcion (explaining why Marcion would not have accepted the…

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