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Summary of Chapter 2: A UNIVERSE CHARGED WITH THE GRANDEUR OF GOD: CHRISTIAN THEISM (Pgs.20-38)

In this chapter Sire points out that up until the 17th century intellectual strife was “in house” between Christians but the Enlightenment changed that forever.  Christianity and Western civilization were hand and glove such that the cradle’s milk began with theistic presuppositions (Pgs.22-23). 152 more words

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Finally! Norwegian Media Covers Bodnariu vs. Barnevernet in Detail!

«NORWAY, STOP CHILD KIDNAPPING!»

This is the title of the front page story that spans 15 pages in Bergens Tidende, one of the largest Norwegian newspapers. 575 more words

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. Here's an update on the Bodnariu situation in Norway. It appears the media is starting to take notice of what's going on.

Recommended Reading: January 30-February 5

If you read one article this weekend, look at Tradition’s Future by Mark Movsesian.

For those of you with additional reading time this winter weekend, check out the following selections below, gleaned from around the internet over the past couple of weeks. 169 more words

Theology

The Universe Next Door: A Basic Worldview Catalog

There’s much talk about worldviews these days and rightly so, for if we are going to do our apologetic work faithfully as Christ’s representatives we’ll need to familiarize ourselves with our neighbors beliefs which come from their view of reality. 340 more words

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Creation, Fall, Redemption

As we survey the stories around us, we start to see that certain authors put into their writing their views of the world. This is normal and expected. 687 more words

Cultural Apologetics

Menselijkheid. Bestaat dat nog?

Ik zit op facebook de pagina “steun de pvv” eens door te lezen (een morbide nieuwsgierigheid en een lichte neiging naar sadomasochisme) en wat ik daar lees, zorgt ervoor dat mijn haren recht overeind gaan staan. 798 more words

Reflections

Hey Reader, What's Your Angle?

Probably the most influential and impactive course I took during my college years (and for me, “college years” do not mean four coming-out-years of raucous partying and occasional studying, it means thirteen long and tedious years of night school, transferring to this college or that college depending on where the military assigned me, and all of which were completely dependent upon the sacrifice and commitment from my lovely and loving wife) was a… 816 more words

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