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This week’s summary is Craig Biehl’s God the Reason, an important book in presuppositional apologetics. Check out the rest, including this huge e-book sale with over 100 cheap books, many of which you’ll want in your library! (Wright, Brueggemann, Bonhoeffer, and more!).
God the Reason: How Infinite Excellence Gives Unbreakable Faith Craig Biehl Carpenter’s Son Publications, 2015 281 pages
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Matthew Avery Sutton, Edward R. Meyer Distinguished Professor of History at Washington State University, argues that American premillennialist Christians bought and sold the narrative of an imminent apocalypse. Their urgent call for apocalyptic readiness drove their religion and its outworking in society. The impulse carried such force […] Continue Reading
For several decades now the doctrine of justification has been a topic of debate among Evangelicals, even among some in the Reformed tradition. That may seem disheartening, but there is a bright side to it all. As in all controversies in this one also the biblical teaching is necessarily re-examined and hammered out with fresh […] Continue Reading
Baptism and the Lord’s Supper are one area of Christian practice in which all Christians agree … and disagree. Christians of all flavors observe these rites, but denominations have formed over our differences regarding their meaning and significance. We are usually happy to recognize their “second order” si […] Continue Reading
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