Daily Archives: April 6, 2018

A Brief Review Of The Argumentation Of The Epistle To Diognetus

In looking at the Epistle To Diognetus as an early example of Christian apologetics [1], it is worthwhile to spend at least a little bit of time looking at the sort of arguments that Mathetes made on behalf of Christianity … Continue reading

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From A Pennsylvania Cow Pond A Mighty River Flows

A lonely, bookish boy with sandy hair stood on the grass in a meadow by a lazy stream that wandered from a cow pond past an abandoned coal mine to a larger stream and then to a larger river and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ancestral Journeys

Ancestral Journeys:  The Peopling Of Europe From The First Venturers To The Vikings, by Jean Manco As I was reading this book I was a bit unsure of what to think and how to feel about it.  I am certainly … Continue reading

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Book Review: Exploring Prehistoric Europe

Exploring Prehistoric Europe, by Chris Scarre I found this to be an odd but mostly enjoyable volume, and the oddness I found in it is rather instructive.  This book sits at an unusual point, and that is that it is … Continue reading

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