Daily Archives: August 4, 2018

Book Review: 11 Essential Conservative Thinkers You Won’t Read In College (But Should)

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
11 Essential Conservative Thinkers You Won’t Read In College (But Should), by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute This particular ebook was brought to my attention when it was posted by one of my friends on…

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Book Review: Rules For Conservative Radicals

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
Rules For Conservative Radicals: How The Tea Party Movement Can Save America, by Dr. David L. Goetsch & Dr. Archie P. Jones There is a fundamental and deep disconnect between how liberals see conservatives…

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Book Review: Right Wing Handbook: Debunking Ten Lies Of The Left

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
Right Wing Handbook: Debunking Ten Lies Of The Left, by David L. Goetsch Any book published in West Virginia whose front cover has a bald eagle saying, “Carpe Diem Christo!” makes its political philosophy…

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Book Review: Jesus Is Better Than Porn

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
Jesus Is Better Than Porn:  How I Told My Wife About My Addiction And Found A New Life!, by Hugh Houston [Note:  I received this book free of charge by the author.  All thoughts…

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The Shepherd’s Voice: Nein! Natural Theology — The Evangelical Calvinist

Why do I reject natural theology? Why is this such a big deal for me you might wonder. Because I don’t think this is your normal theological loci; I think it is in a class all its own. Theological ontology-epistemology … Continue reading

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Why Infant Baptism? A Reformation Answer

Originally posted on Dogmatic Joy:
Why do the churches which arose directly out of the Reformation (Anglican, Lutheran, Reformed, Presbyterian) baptize the children of Christian believers, rather than waiting for said children to come to faith at a mature age,…

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A Theological and Sociological Critique of Rebaptism

Originally posted on Dogmatic Joy:
For most of Christian history, the rite of baptism was universally thought to be unrepeatable. If a person was baptized with water in the name of the Holy Trinity, whether as an infant, child, or…

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Current Events Write-Up: 8/4/2018

Time for my weekly Current Events Write-Up. The Federalist: “The Facts Behind the Trump Tower Meeting Are Incriminating, But Not for Trump,” by Willis L. Krumholz “The real colluders with Russia are the Democrats, intelligence agencies, and corporate media. The … Continue reading

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