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I thought I put my short three posts on Pharisees all in one place.

In opposing Pharisees, do not become a Sadducee

In opposing Sadducees, do not become a Pharisee

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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between October 15th-21st, 2017.

1.) Problems with Materialistic Evolution

2.) 50 Alleged Bible Contradictions Refuted

3.) Defeating Atheism at it’s Foundation

4.) How Biblical Creationists Are Refuted

5.) More Evidence the Bible is God’s Word

6.) Here’s My Answer to One of the Most Common Questions I Get about My Books

7.) On dogs, strangers, and atheism

8.) Herman Bavinck’s Trinitarian Theology and Organic Apologetic

 

Missed the last round up?  Check out the re-blogged post from a friend OR that of Another REBLOG HERE

This is a weekend leisure reading review…because sometimes Pastors need a break from heavy theological reading too.  This work by the way just came out this past Tuesday!

Tom King.  Batman/The Flash: The Button Deluxe Edition. Burbank, CA: DC Comics, October 17th 2017. 104 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

This is actually a continuation of DC Universe: Rebirth.  I wished this work could have told readers that it would be confusing reading this without first knowing what happened in that previous work.  Here in this present volume we see the continuation of the flashpoint event continuing in which time has been changed by someone or something in the DC Universe.  We see the hero Batman and the superhero the Flash team up to try to figure out what’s going on with everything and who is behind the deliberate and malicious changing of time.

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Dale Ralph Davis. The Way of the Righteous in the Muck of Life: Psalms 1–12.  Ross-Shire, UK: Christian Focus Publications, July 20th 2010. 144 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Westminster Amazon

This is a devotional Bible commentary on Psalm 1 through Psalm 12 written by Dale Ralph Davis, a Pastor and Professor of the Old Testament with Reformed Theological Seminary at Jackson, Mississippi.  I have previously enjoyed Davis’ commentary on the book of Judges and also his book titled The Word Became Fresh which the subtitle explained as “How to Preach from Old Testament Narrative Texts.”  Both works were phenomenal and I think one can say that Davis’ commentaries on Old Testament historical narratives are phenomenal and is one that an expositor of the Bible must have if he is going to teach on Old Testament narratives.  So when I saw that Davis’ had written a devotional commentary on the beginning of the Psalms I had to purchase it though it took me a few years before I finally read it and finished it.

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There’s a new blog put together by the Reddit Community at /Christians.

You can check out the blog by clicking HERE.

You might ask: What’s up with the whale?  The link on the blog answers that.

Reddit has various Christian community and some are progressive/liberal and not as solid or Biblical.  The one that is biblical is /r/Christians/.  It’s that community that started this blog.

I’ll be contributing to some posts over there as well.

Check it out!

This is part 5 of a series of post on God’s creation of marriage based upon His Word in Genesis 2.

For part 1 click here

For part 2 click here

For part 3 click here

For part 4 click here

For this series we will see 6 truths about marriage from Genesis 2 so that Christians who are married would live up to God’s design of marriage today and also for Christians who desire to marry to know what is their future roles in marriage.

Part 1 laid the foundation for the series and here in part five we want to look at the fourth truth we gleam from Genesis 2.

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In light of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation this book being made available for free on PDF is rather timely.  This book is on a Protestant Reformer Johannes Oecolampadius who might not be as well known to most people.  It is authored by Diane Poythress who is the wife of the Christian scholar Vern Poythress.  This 230 page work was originally published in 2011 by Reformation Heritage Books and was adapted from her doctoral dissertation.

Here’s the book’s description and endorsement by from Richard Gamble:

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