Book Reviews

“Surprised by Suffering” by R C Sproul

{Book Review}I have read this book before. I don't remember where I first heard the name R C Sproul (probably from a Paul Washer or John Piper sermon) but in my early twenties for some reason I was prompted to grab a couple of books by him from the library. Those books were The Holiness… Continue reading “Surprised by Suffering” by R C Sproul

Advertisements
Scripture, The Tenacity of the Text

“Canon Revisited” by Michael J. Kruger

{Book Review}Though it is somewhat technical and heavy (especially where original languages are addressed) - as one would expect from a textbook - I found Dr. Kruger's book to be an excellent (and non-overwhelming) introduction to the topic of the New Testament canon. I especially appreciated the main theme of his apologetic purpose in the… Continue reading “Canon Revisited” by Michael J. Kruger

Uncategorized

My Husband Ruined my Favorite Devotional

{Guest Post by Mrs. J D White} Well, that is definitely a click bait title. (But let’s face it, this blog could use one of those, hey?) A more accurate title would be something like “my husband helped with the ruining of my ability to use the Bible as help-yourself self-help” (See why I went… Continue reading My Husband Ruined my Favorite Devotional

God

Monotheism

The Primary Claim and Assumption of ChristianityYou cannot get past the first sentence of the first book in the Bible without encountering the concept of monotheism: "In the beginning God..." (Genesis 1:1). However, there are those that would beg to differ - the Mormons, for example, would have us believe that "beginning" here is merely… Continue reading Monotheism