Monthly Archives: May 2018

EU Pushes Italy to the Brink —

Its been a while since I had a look at how Brexit is going. It seems as though all the forces of the Establishment are being gathered to try and prevent any meaningful Brexit – which would be a shame … Continue reading

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Book Write-Up: The Lost World of the Flood

Tremper Longman III and John H. Walton.  The Lost World of the Flood: Mythology, Theology, and the Deluge Debate.  IVP Academic, 2018.  See here to purchase the book. Tremper Longman III and John H. Walton are scholars of the Hebrew … Continue reading

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How a deep and growing divide is killing Protestant christianity – or maybe renewing it! — the Way?

Reblogging for future reference: Right from the earliest days, there have always been disagreements within the christian community. Some are resolved, but some lead to major splits, new denominations or new doctrinal positions. I have the feeling that a major, … Continue reading

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Lessons from Europe on Welfare, Dependency, and Self-Reliance — International Liberty

Reblogging for future reference and for the information, not total agreement: America has a major dependency problem. In recent decades, there’s been a significant increase in the number of working-age adults relying on handouts. This is bad news for poor … Continue reading

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How Did Schaeffer’s Apologetics Differ from Van Til’s Presuppositionalism? (VIDEO)

Originally posted on Human Action and God:
A Facebook friend shared this video with me. About 42 minutes into the video, Francis A Schaeffer explains how his apologetic method differs from that of his teacher, Cornelius van Til.

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Church Write-Up: Vicissitudes, Unclean Lips, Forgiveness in II Corinthians 3-5

Here is my Write-Up about last Sunday’s church services and events. A.  The pastor at the Missouri Synod Lutheran church covered some of the same ground about Isaiah 6 that he discussed in the Wednesday Bible study, which I talk … Continue reading

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Cosmologist Luke Barnes answers 11 objections to the fine-tuning argument — WINTERY KNIGHT

Reblogging for future reference: This is from the blog Common Sense Atheism. Atheist Luke Muehlhauser interviews well-respect cosmologist Luke Barnes about the fine-tuning argument, and the naturalistic response to it. Luke M. did a good job explaining what was in … Continue reading

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How and Why I Still Read Karl Barth — The Evangelical Calvinist

I continue to read Karl Barth; you might wonder why (or you might not). After I wrote those series of posts—that created a firestorm directed at me—the posts that spoke to Barth’s relationship with Charlotte Von Kirschbaum for most of … Continue reading

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Church Write-Up: Isaiah 6 and Trinity Sunday

At Bible study last Wednesday, at the Missouri Synod Lutheran church, the pastor talked about Isaiah 6.  Isaiah 6 is a text that is read on Trinity Sunday, which is this coming Sunday.  The pastor gave us a history of … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Prairie Girl’s Faith

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
A Prairie Girl’s Faith:  The Spiritual Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder, by Stephen W. Hines [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook Press/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.]…

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