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Can You Believe It's True?

While I disagree with Feinberg in respect to his approach to apologetics (he is evidential, I subscribe to presuppositional), I nonetheless appreciated reading this book. In the post-modern epoch, Feinberg seeks to build a defense in proposal of being able to definitively and qualitatively proclaim truth. 722 more words

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Chapters and Verses

Let me begin by saying that I absolutely love the Bible. I have read it, pondered it, and preached it for almost 40 years. It is still as fresh and alive to me today as it was in the beginning. 1,459 more words


Review: Blind Spots

In the Preface to Blind Spots: Becoming a Courageous, Compassionate, and Commissioned Church, Tim Keller points out the breadth of understanding which Jonathan Edwards held in comparison to other giants of the faith such as Luther, Calvin, Aquinas, and Augustine. 554 more words


Review: Experiencing the Trinity

Reader beware! Experiencing the Trinity: The Grace of God for the People of God is not some flimsy volume filled with feel-good sayings you can fill your Twitter feed with. 444 more words


Book Review: The Whole Story of the Bible in 16 Verses

The Bible, even though it was written over the course of many centuries, is a masterfully woven line of stories, and principles. Every part of the Bible perfectly lines up in a marvelous framework that gives the story of humanity and our redemption. 172 more words

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Book Review - Salvation Applied by the Spirit: Union with Christ (Robert Peterson)

Robert A. Peterson. Salvation Applied by the Spirit: Union with Christ. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2014. 464 pp. $35.00.

Union with Christ was integral in the soteriology of the Reformers, and especially that of Calvin. 1,420 more words

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