Seminaries and their Choice of Systematic Theologians

I was perusing the internet, and came upon a thread on PuritanBoard.com, in which various seminarians were discussing which systematic theology authors were used at their schools. I tallied up the responses and made the charts herein. Certainly, this survey is not representative, since those who...

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GUIDE: Favorite Productivity Podcasts

Updated: 05.01.2017 Changes: Added lots Best Podcasts for Thinking Christians Best Atheist / Secularist / Anti-theist Podcasts However, I wanted to highlight some of my favorite personal productivity podcasts, many of which are run by Christians. Enjoy. My Current Favorites The 5AM Miracle Podcast –  Not...

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Dark Matter and other Made Up Things

I am glad to see the resurrection of Bloom County, one of the best comics of all time (behind, perhaps Calvin & Hobbes, Dilbert and the Peanuts). Today’s comic deals with the failure of our cosmological models in understanding the expansion of the universe. Scientists have...

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GUIDE: Best iPhone Apps for N00bs

There are plenty of great places to find a good introductory list of iPhone apps, like these (you should open all links in this article on your iphone, not your desktop): New to the App Store (apple.com) All App Collections (apple.com) Top Free Apps (apple.com)...

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SERIES: Worshiping the “Same” God

This series is made up of the following posts: Worshiping the “Same” God 1: Ambiguous Statement FAIL Worshiping the “Same” God 2: People of The Book? Worshiping the “Same” God 3: Compassion or Half-Truth?

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Worshiping the “Same” God 3: Compassion or Half-Truth?

This post is part of a series. In Part 1 of this series, I argued that Wheaton College professor Larycia Hawkins statement that “Muslims because they, like me, a Christian, are people of the book…worship the same God” is at best a provocative and unhelpful ambiguous statement,...

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Worshiping the “Same” God 2: People of The Book?

This post is part of a series. In Part 1 of this series, I argued that the statement made by Wheaton College professor  Larycia Hawkins was at best irresponsibly ambiguous, if not largely incorrect when we examine the many possible meanings of her broad claim. Again, her tweeted...

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