Notes and Quotes (Page 2)

Notes and Quotes (Page 2)

September 2, 2020

Broadman & Holeman is about to published this new book, Urban Legends of Church History (B&H). Frank Turek recently interviewed Tricia Scribner on the topic The Strongest Arguments for God. The book mentioned, Answering the Music Man: Dan Barker’s Arguments against Christianity can be found here. Dr. Michael Barrett’s new book The Gospel of Exodus: Misery, Deliverance, Gratitude (RHB) is now available. Greg Koukl published part 4 of his Street Tactics (9/1/20). Eli Ayala recently interviewed one of Dr. Greg…

September 1, 2020

Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary held their annual conference late last week on the topic, “The Grace of the Law.” Go here to listen to the audio. A new publication (to me) focusing on Jonathan Edwards called the “Edwardseana” is located online here (Spring 2020 issue). Simonetta Carr writes about “Teaching Church History to Children” in this blog post (8/4/20). Jeremy Peters writes about A Big God for Little People: The Responsibility of Teaching Children (8/4/20). Over at First Things numerous…

August 31, 2020

William lane Craig speaks about his recent dialogue with Cosmic Skeptic in part 1 and part 2. Greg Morse recently wrote, A Plea for Spiritual Fathers (Aug. 23). (video) Science without God is simply wrong, with Calvin Beisner (8/17/20) Seven Questions (and One Strategy) to Build Critical Thinking Skills from November 2019, but still applicable in 2020. David Murray encourages us with Freedom for Addicts (8/23/20). David Briones says that “we live in a theological tension.” Check out his blog…

August 24, 2020

(audio) Frank Turek critiques a recent blog entry by Ron Sider on a recent podcast on Does Abortion Trump Everything Else? (8/22/20) InterVarsity Press has published a new edition of James Sire’s The Universe Next Door (6th ed.), Forward by Jim Hoover. Justin Holcomb writes about Arianism: Its Teaching and Rebuttal (8/20/20). The Faculty of Shepherds’ Seminary Africa has produce a statement on Social Justice and the Woke Church. Click here to read. (audio) Doug Wilson recently interviewed Dr. J.…

August 14, 2020

As of today, you can get Robert Bowman’s Critical Thinking course from Credo for free. (video) Dr. Robert Carter on How Darwin Got It Wrong (from 8/13/20). From 2018, Is Social Justice Just? with Joel Boot. Check out this trailer for an upcoming film on The Church: Pillar and Ground of the Truth from Media Gratiae. George and Karen Grant talk about Thomas Chalmers’s sermon “The Expulsive Power of a New Affection” in this recent podcast. What is legalism? Dr.…

August 12, 2020

A new commentary series is due out the summer of 2021 by Lexham Press Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary. (Note: “The first three volumes in the series were originally published by B&H Publishing in the Biblical Theology for Christian Proclamation commentary series.”) Listen to Brett and Erin Kunkle on Five Steps to Help Your Kids Navigate Technology. If you have any interest in studying the past, this interview with Chad Vegas on the Young, Restless, and Reformed (YRR) is worth a…

August 11, 2020

Tas Walker offers a critique of AronRa’s video on the flood. The latest edition of the Journal of Creation is now available Vol. 34, Is. 2 (August 2020). Also, the most recent edition of the Creation Magazine is also available, Vol. 42, Is. 4 (October 2020) David Murray tells why the church needs creeds. The guys over at Place for Truth interview Dr. Benjamin Gladd in the new work, The Story Retold: A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament (IVP…

August 10, 2020

Dr Ian Hamilton talks about “The Crusades” (from 8/7/20) Watch the entire series on church history here. Anthony Rogers on Trinitarian Miscellanea (Trinity in the Old Testament). Doug Groothius writes about Critical Thinking for Confused Times. Are Moral Truths a Matter of Personal Opinion? J. Warner Wallace doesn’t think so. Dr. Benjamin Shaw offers some advice to beginning preachers and the congregation who hear them. Generally, there are some good thoughts in this article by Michael Hyatt on, Turning Violent…

August 7, 2020

Megan Hill was interviewed over at Mortification of Spin on her new book A Place to Belong: Learning to Love the Local Church (Crossway). Nick Batzig writes about The Self-Concealment and Self-Revelation of the Son of Man. What differentiates Christianity from Islam, Jehovah’s Witnesses and any other world religion?  Many things, but one thing stands out and that is that Christians believe that Jesus is the eternal Son of God; second person of the Trinity.  Andy Banister talks about it…

August 6, 2020

The Truth Is on Your Side: Systematic Theology and Pastoral Ministry, by Andy Wilson. Drs. Lane Tipton and  Jordon Cooper discuss (8/4/20) “Classical Theism and Theistic Mutualism in the Reformed Tradition” here. “Sincerity borrows its value from truth.” – J. Warner Wallace Do you want to know how to pray when you are depressed? David Murray has some thoughts on it in this blog post. The latest edition of E-Origins on online: Volume 2, Issue 1 (2020). Click here for…

August 5, 2020

“Right thinking about God is the foundation for a right relationship with God.” – Greg Koukl Listen to John Lennox on the Threat of A.I. Geoff Gleason addresses the issue of “Why the Church Must Meet. Paul Price writes, Responding to liberal scholarship on Behemoth. L. Michael Morales new book Exodus Old and New: A Biblical Theology of Redemption is due out this month. A new one volume edition of Geerhardus J. Vos’s

August 1, 2020

Robert Plummer introduces us to a new Greek Grammar in this video. There are many other free resource that go along with the book at https://www./beginninggreek.com. Make sure you check out this excellent discussion on the Call to Worship and the Benediction with Camden Bucey and Glen Clary. John Cooper of the band Skillet was on James White’s The Dividing Line. Listen in or watch. Does church membership matter? P.J. Tibaya says it does here. Frank Turek discusses The Mike…