Posted in Book Review, CSI, Forensic scientists, Nonfiction, Val McDermid, tagged book review, CSI, forensics, Nonfiction, Val McDermid on March 17, 2017|
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A weekend nonfiction book review! ‘Cause Pastors need a mental break too.
Val McDermid. Forensics. New York, NY: Grove Press, July 7th 2015. 310 pp.
5 out of 5
This is a fascinating book on criminal investigations by a British author of crime novels and thriller. In this work of nonfiction she explores the various specialization and sciences behind criminal investigation. In the beginning of the book she notes that there is a lot of misconception that the public has for those involved with criminal investigations in light of TV shows like CSI. Intrigued with the topic she gives us a journalistic account of those involved with investigating crime and how the men and women go about with the art and science of finding and proving the suspects.
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Posted in Apologetic Links, apologetics methodology, Biblical Creationism, christian apologetics, Christianity, Cornelius Van Til, creationism, Jason Lisle, Presuppositional Apologetics, Presuppositional apologetics, presuppositionalism, Reformed, Theology, Van Til, tagged Apologetics, Biblical Worldview, Christianity, Creationism, God, Jason Lisle, presuppositional apologetics on March 17, 2017|
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As I’m going over this with a group of guys from my church I thought the following questions might be helpful for individuals and small groups to facilitate discussions and learning based upon the apologetics’ book “Ultimate Proof of Creation” by Jason Lisle. It is a book that teaches Presuppositional apologetics that engages apologetics at the level of worldview. Cornelius Van Til was instrumental in beginning this form of apologetics and others have developed and applied it.
For discussion questions for previous chapters click on the following:
Introduction and Chapter 1
The questions in this post will be for chapter 4 of the book. Each question is followed by page numbers in parenthesis where the answer can be found.
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