Daily Archives: August 18, 2018

Correct Error Without Radicalizing Doubt

Originally posted on Reformedish:
The first time I got called a heretic, I think I was about 19. I had just started getting into theology, biblical studies, N.T. Wright, that sort of thing, and was slowly walking away from the…

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Book Review: A Student’s Guide To Philosophy

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
A Student’s Guide To Philosophy, by Ralph M. McInerny In reading this book I was struck by the pro-Catholic nature of the author of the book, who forthrightly admitted he was a Thomist and…

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Book Review: A Student’s Guide To The Classics

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
A Student’s Guide To The Classics, by Bruce S. Thornton I must admit that while I am not fluent in Greek or Latin, I have long had a complex relationship with the classics as…

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Book Review: A Student’s Guide To Religious Studies

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
A Student’s Guide To Religious Studies, by D.G. Hart I must admit this was not the book I was expecting to read.  As someone who has done a large amount of religious studies, both…

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On the Completion of Richard Muller’s Post Reformation Reformed Dogmatics (4vols)

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Accountable Capitalism Act

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
Warren’s Accountable Capitalism Act sounds quite good. It’s sufficiently complex and detailed to avoid being one of those empty populist slogans that appeal to idiots yet have no substance to them. Of course, the…

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Useful Myths

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
An example of necessary myths. I believe that my husband is the most beautiful, intelligent, and wonderful man on the planet. It’s completely unimportant whether it’s factually true. What matters is that I believe…

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