R.C. Sproul’s “The Barber Who Wanted to Pray” is FREE to download in honor of Reformation Day!
Martin Luther was not only a leader in the 16th century Protestant Reformation, but he was also more importantly a diligent student of Scripture. Because of his study, Luther had come to develop a simple but effective way to structure a life of devotion through prayer.
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The Barber Who Wanted to Pray by R.C. Sproul
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Brian Auten, director of Reasonable Faith, reads through his short book Read Along with Apologetics315 about Logical Fallacies (based on the book Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith by Douglas Groothuis) in audio format. Auten goes through 67 various logical fallacies that Christians might face while engaging in debate or in making a defense for the gospel. Each explanation is around one to two minutes long and is formatted for easy mental digestion:
- Name of the fallacy
- Definition of the fallacy
- One or two examples of the fallacy
- Proof of the fallacy to show how to identify and maneuver around it.
This short, but powerful, website can be helpful for students of logic of every caliber, whether you are learning the art of logic for the first time, or need a reminder of terms to keep your mental sword sharp.
Peter tells us in 1 Peter 3:15, “but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect,”. Part of being prepared is knowing how people twist the truth and create arguments against the true Word of God. Believers must be equip to “… destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God, and take every thought captive to obey Christ,” (1Cor 10:5).
You can find out more about the website at: www.apologetics315.blogspot.com
The feedburner feed can be located at and can also be found in the iTunes store for download: http://feeds.feedburner.com/LogicalFallacies