Nov 28, 2018
This week Douglas Wilson talks
about A recent court case involving female genital mutilation. He
then goes on to review Kathryn Lindskoog’s book, “Sleuthing C.S.
Lewis.” Wrapping it up with a look at the New Testament word that
means inexcusable. Happy plodding!
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A recent court case involving
female genital mutilation - a judge declared a federal law against
argument was that Congress didn’t have the right to outlaw a
practice like this
secularism even possible?
is a difference between female genital mutilation and
- Secularism is crippled and dismayed
Sleuthing C.S. Lewis
by Kathryn Lindskoog
wrote “The C.S. Lewis Hoax” in 1988
Lindskoog’s accusations to Walter Hooper
charges are that Hooper forged some of Lewis’ work
does quite a bit of gnat strangling in this book
good controversy for people to be aware of
word for inexcusable is used twice in the New Testament
- Romans 1:20, Romans 2:1