Holloway Quarterly: Numbers Need Worldviews

I’m terrible at math.  I always did well in my math classes, but never could really understand, a.) how I did that, and b.) math itself, at least Geometry and Algebra.  However, I’ve always viewed math as a constant, unchanging system that reveals a greater universal truth.  I found this blogpost by Holloway Quarterly to […]

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Emergent Deceit in the Last Days

It has been quite a while since I last posted. I hope none of you have been breathlessly waiting for me…well I guess those who were waiting breathlessly won’t be around to read anything anymore. Moment of silence please… I want to make this post brief. So here I go. “But the Spirit explicitly says […]

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Interview with a Dispensational Presuppositionalist: Dr. Christopher Cone of Tyndale Theological Seminary « The Domain for Truth

This is a very interesting interview with my good friend Dr. Christopher Cone, president of Tyndale Theological Seminary.  Dr. Cone is one of the brightest theological/philosophical minds in Christianity today.  He has done ground-breaking work in both the examination of Dispensational Hermeneutics and Epistemological Presuppositionalism. Interview with a Dispensational Presuppositionalist: Dr. Christopher Cone of Tyndale […]

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