Archive for February 29th, 2020

A weekend reading review…because Pastors also need a break from heavy theological reading!  Well, this book might be a bit heavy, but next weekend I will schedule something of a lighter leisure reading!

Robert D. Kaplan. The Return of Marco Polo’s World.  New York, NY: Random House, March 6th 2018. 304 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

Want to read a geopolitical book that looks at various dimensions and challenges in Eurasia from China, the Middle East, Iran and the steepe?  If so this book might be for you.  The author is a bestselling author on foreign policies and travel, a political risk consultant, former visiting professor at the Naval Academy (2006-2008) and journalist.   Readers don’t have to agree with everything he has to say and still walk away learning a lot and being challenged in a good way in thinking about international relations.


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Here are Presuppositional Apologetics’ links gathered between February 22nd-29th, 2020.  Enjoy!

1.) Interacting with Ligonier’s “Christianity and Van Tillianism” (Part 5)

2.) Bible Contradiction? Did Jesus ask God to save him from crucifixion?

3.) Another Round of the Thomist Rumor Mill against Van Til: Keith A. Mathison’s “Christianity and Van Tillianism”

4.) Cave to the Cross’ Ep. 60 – Finding Truth – How Nietzsche Wins – Part 1

5.) Inerrancy and evidentialism

6.) If Something Can Come from Nothing Can Anything be Wrong?

7.)Partial Arts and Hate Bait

8.) How To Identify How A Worldview Dehumanizes People – Truth Finders

9.) Babylon Bee: The Science On Climate Change Is Settled,’ Says Man Who Does Not Believe The Settled Science On Gender, Unborn Babies, Economics


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

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