Archive for May 9th, 2019

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Robert Jones. Angry at God?: Bring Him Your Doubts and Questions. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, April 1st 2001. 28 pp.

5 out of 5

Purchase: Westminster Amazon

Is it moral and right for Christians to be angry at God?  You might be surprise at the answers some Christians might tell you.  That doesn’t mean they are biblical.  This helpful biblical counseling booklet tackle head-on this question as part of the “Resources for Changing Lives” counseling booklet series.  The author Robert Jones responds in a way that is biblical, balanced, “pastoral” and practical.  Even if you think you know the answer this booklet is still helpful.  I would also say even if you don’t struggle with being angry with God this work is worth reading: not only because there are people around you who struggle with being angry with God but also you be surprised at the subtle way people can be “angry with God” though they might not come out overtly thinking they are mad at God.


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Here are links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between May 1st-7th, 2019.

1.) Refuting Reza Aslan’s Anti-Jesus Nonsense

2.) Bible Contradiction? What tribe was Aijalon from?

3.) Witnessing Tools

4.) GPTS Jerry Crick Memorial Lecture


6.) DEBATE: Apologetics Methodology Presuppositionalism vs Evidentialism Pt. 2

7.) Steve Hays’ on RHE

8.) I’m Not A Christian Anymore: An Analysis


Missed the last round up?  Check out the re-blogged post from a friend or that of another reblog here, and a repost here.


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