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November 11 2020 By dvirtue "Live not by Lies": a summary in twelve quotes

In his book Dreher explains the origins and power of the 'woke' ideology; its intolerance of dissent, its hatred of Christian truth and creation of its own myths, its demands for total conformity.

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December 30 2019 By virtueonline ASTONISHING GRACE

Quay, who is clearly a Greek scholar, does not make the reader feel stupid or inadequate by his erudition in explaining and applying the meaning of Greek words.

He opens by giving the reader a brief outline of Paul's authorship, his audience, the Judaizers and the major themes in Galatians.

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December 21 2018 By dvirtue he Bible Theft: Guarding Against Those who Steal God's Word from the Church


"Here is a series of penetrating expositions which are clearer and contemporary, bringing God's changeless Word to bear on a confused and changing World. Such preaching has been called 'logic on fire' -- some of these sermons are white hot. A much-needed message for today. Highly recommended reading."

The Revd Melvin Tinker,
Vicar, St. John Newland, Hull

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August 06 2018 By dvirtue The Spreading Cancer of Cultural Marxism in The West

This highly readable book examines the spreading cancer of cultural Marxism in the Western world through the lens of two stories. One is CS Lewis's 1945 science fiction novel, That Hideous Strength, about a bunch of godless technocrats in the National Institute of Co-ordinated Experiments (N.I.C.E) whose goal is the 'scientific reconstruction of the human race in the direction of increased efficiency'.

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June 30 2018 By dvirtue Just Love -- a journey of self-acceptance

Just Love is her story. It is lightweight, gossipy, disjointed but otherwise easy to read. One does not need to read far to become strangely uncomfortable. Her story is an extraordinary, emotional roller-coaster. She plunges into the depths of despair then rises to the heights of exhilaration -- again and again. Resolution, which I anticipated from the title, never comes.

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Noll begins, "Since the 1960s, the Episcopal Church and other Western churches have been undermining the road, removing the ancient paving stones, and leaving behind huge potholes for people to stumble into. Three of those paving stones are the authority of the Bible, the divine institution of marriage, and the doctrine and discipline of the church.

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March 18 2018 By dvirtue Book review: Reimagining Britain: Foundations of Hope by Justin Welby

Time and again Welby brings us back to 1945, the last occasion, he suggests, when Britain was forced to reimagine itself. His enthusiasm for William Beveridge, the 1944 Education Act, the NHS and the massive housebuilding programme of the postwar Attlee government remains utterly undimmed. Those who are inclined to see the welfare state as the incubator of many of our present ills will not find much succour in these pages.

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January 26 2018 By dvirtue How 'Imagining the Divine' got it wrong

The exhibition thus poses some fundamental philosophical and theological questions to which it appears to assume the answers are clear: namely that all religion ( note the use of the singular in the quote) is the expression of one underlying idea which as it emerges and spreads in various areas takes on facets of what it already finds there to present it in a new way.

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January 21 2018 By dvirtue Two Stories of everything: Competing metanarratives of Islam and Christianity

But what if we set that approach aside and try something new? What if we look at the stories that Islam and Christianity tell?

In this book we do exactly that: we go back to the beginning of the stories Creation and work our way forward to humanity

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