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+++ Post by Nathan Rinne Did the 16th century church reformer Martin Luther believe that there was a “War of the Sexes”? One can certainly make that case. He writes: There are many pagan books which treat of nothing but the depravity of womankind and the unhappiness of the estate of marriage, such that some have thought that even if Wisdom itself were a woman one should not marry. A Roman official was once supposed to encourage young men to… Read more

Today’s program is an introduction to apologetics as well as a brief overview of apologetic methodologies. I discuss evidentialism, classical apologetics, presuppositionalism, as well as fideism and the importance of defending the Christian faith. Here is the program Read more

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After a break due to the flooding here, I am back in my office and I started recording again. This was a Q&A program, which addressed a bunch of different topics. I spent a while discussing covenant theology and millennial views in the history of the church, along with a question about monergism and other subjects. Here is the program: Q&A April 2018 I also recorded this on video if you want to watch on Youtube: Read more

+++ Post by Nathan Rinne Should women serve in combat roles in the military? In our country, a definitive answer was given not even 3 years ago. Around that time, Chronicles magazine article editor Aaron Wolf wrote: “December 3 [2015 was] the day Secretary of Defense Ash Carter declared an end to the restriction on women in combat.  According to the secretary, every branch of the Armed Forces must lift all restrictions on what women are allowed to do.  He… Read more

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I just came across an article posted on the 9Marks blog titled, “Waters that Unite: Five Truths About Water Baptism” (you can find it here). The article itself is pretty standard from a Baptist or non-denominational evangelical approach, arguing that baptism must follow faith, that it is a public profession, etc. The reason why I decided to respond to this article is because of the argument made in the second of these points, because it is exemplary of a broader… Read more

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