Daily Archives: April 3, 2018

The Epistle Of Barnabas And The Perils Of The Allegorical Approach To God’s Laws

We have already spent some time discussing some of the issues and shortcomings of the Epistle of Barnabas [1], but it is worthwhile to discuss one additional element of this book which has created problems for many professed Christians and … Continue reading

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Mysteries Of The Bible: Does Isaiah 64:6 Imply Total Depravity

Earlier today a friend of mine came to me with a great deal of vexation and frustration relating to the false religious worldview of Calvinism, in particular beliefs about total depravity.  While I have not shied away from heavy criticism … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Trigger

The Trigger:  Hunting The Assassin Who Brought The World To War, by Tim Butcher As someone who is at least moderately well-read about the beginnings of World War I [1], I did not figure there was much mystery with regards … Continue reading

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Book Review: Chasing The Devil

Chasing The Devil:  A Journey Through Sub-Saharan Africa In The Footsteps Of Graham Greene, by Tim Butcher In the vein of the author’s previous work [1], this book is a deeply melancholy and realistically pessimistic travel book that is based … Continue reading

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