Archive for September 17th, 2021

This is one of the books I finished while on vacation!  A weekend non-fiction fun read as a break from heavy theological reading: Because Pastors need a break also!  Haven’t done one of these in a while!

A History of Fort SumterPatrick Hendrix. A History of Fort Sumter: Building a Civil War Landmark. Charleston, SC: The History Press, March 4, 2014. 161 pp.

5 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

Most people have probably have heard of Fort Sumter from their history book as the place where the Confederates fired the first shot that launched the Civil War but did you know there were battles and military operations concerning Fort Sumter and around Fort Sumter between the Confederates and the Union after the first attack?  This book examines Fort Sumter not just with the historically memorable artillery barrage by South Carolians against Union troops in the Fort but it also goes over the history of the founding of the Fort, the tension between South Carolina and the fort for decades leading up to the attack and also the history of the fort militarily after the fateful attack of April 12-13, 1861.  And it was an interesting book written by the author even for a general reading audience.


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These are links concerning Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between September 8th-15th, 2021.

1.) Cave to the Cross’ The Enlightenment And Evil – Ep. 141 – What About Evil? – Theodicy And The Crisis Of Our Secular Age – Part 1

2.) Bible Contradiction? How many of Adin’s offspring returned from Babylon?

3.) Addressing the Mexican Standoff: How Van Til’s Epistemology compares with Plantinga’s Reformed Epistemology

4.) The Purpose-Driven Darwinist

6.) Guest Post: Say No to “Profane Audacity”

7.) Meet Cornelius Van Til

8.) Analysis vs. Synthesis: An Epistemological Transcendental Argument

9.) Rooted in Revelation : Dr. Chris Bolt on Epistemology and Hermeneutics

Missed the last round up?  Check out the re-blogged post from a friend

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