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Really Recommended Posts 4/3/15- Golden Son, Tyndale, Judaism, and more!


Sketch for the Crucifixion by Thomas Eakins

Today is Good Friday. Let us reflect upon the greatness of God and the power of the Son for our salvation. Amen!

Now, be sure you also dive into this reading material as I have collected it from all corners of the internet for you, dear readers. A broad array of topics is here for your reading pleasure.

Golden Son (Red Rising)– Golden Son is book two of a trilogy by Pierce Brown which is quite interesting. I reviewed the first book myself here. Anthony Weber’s look at the second book provides some solid insights into this YA novel and human nature.

Reject Jesus for Judaism?– A great question and answer about whether it is more reasonable to reject Jesus and embrace Judaism.

“Feminist” is not a Dirty Word– Too often, we see the word “feminist” and react against it with a whole slew of beliefs about what the word must mean before we ask the person who self-identifies as such what it does mean. Here’s a good read to get some insight into the matter.

Tyndale (Comic)- Who was Tyndale and why does he matter? Here’s a neat little comic that answers these and other questions.

Evaluating RC Sproul’s Objection to Presuppositional Apologetics at the Inerrancy Summit– Apologetic method is a debate I try to avoid generally because I think that we need to realize that different approaches will work better for different people and situations. I favor an integrated approach with different methods meshed together. Here’s a look at one objection to the presuppositional method and a response from a presuppositional apologist. What are your thoughts on the matter?



About J.W. Wartick

J.W. Wartick is a Lutheran, feminist, Christ-follower. A Science Fiction snob, Bonhoeffer fan, Paleontology fanboy and RPG nerd.


4 thoughts on “Really Recommended Posts 4/3/15- Golden Son, Tyndale, Judaism, and more!

  1. Grateful that you shared a link to our blog in your latest round up!

    Posted by SLIMJIM | April 7, 2015, 2:52 AM
  2. Thanks for linking to SlimJim’s response to Sproul’s criticism of Van Til. It is a shame that strawmen arguments against Van Til like Sproul’s are set up, and people are left in the dark regarding Van Til’s real argument, which links the necessity of an absolute God for the possibility of knowledge to the absolute authority of Scripture in regard to knowledge of any subject, whether earthly or heavenly.

    Posted by Mike | April 20, 2015, 4:01 PM


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