Archive for July 15th, 2017

Note: I’m away at the moment preaching at a church retreat.  But here’s this weekend’s nonfiction reading review…because Pastors also need a break from heavy theological reading.

Ben Macintyre. Rogue Heroes: The History of the SAS, Britain’s Secret Special Forces Unit That Sabotaged the Nazis and Changed the Nature of War.  New York, NY: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, June 1, 1989. 352 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

What a fascinating book on the origin of the British Special Air Service and also its early years during World War Two.  This is the first book on the SAS that I read as an adult.  I remember being a little kid reading a book on elite military units and seeing the glossy pictures of the SAS famous raid on the Iranian embassy in London to rescue hostages from terrorists with SAS commandos dressed in black and armed with MP5s.  Ever since then I have been hungry to know more about these guys and as I got older I discovered that I’m not the only one who remains fascinated with this unit.  This book surely is written because of that public interests of Britain’s most famous unit.


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Here are links gathered from July 8th-14th, 2017 on Presuppositional Apologetics/Presuppositionalism or subject matters that would be of interests to those who are into Presuppositional apologetics.

1.) Atheistic Evolution’s Foundation is Irrational and Based on Blind Faith

2.) Does Calvinism make God the “author of sin”?

3.) Apologetics Sermon Illustration #41: Bible Contradiction and the Word “Left”

4.) The Dillahunty Dodge

5.) How to Be a Buddhist in Today’s World or Not

6.) Are You Epistemologically Self-Conscious?

7.)Answering a moral relativist


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


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