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Covenantal Apologetics: Principles and Practice in&hellip by K. Scott Oliphint
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Frustrating, 17 May 2014
Like most Christian works that attempt to show the reasonableness of the Christian position, in the end its only 'reaching to the converted'. I purchased it primarily as a reviewer urged it had an excellent argument against Islam (or rather Allah) which seemed rather a philosophical rebuttal of Aristotle and Aquinas' reading of his position. It failed to satisfy as it essential point is to insist on the dogma of trinitarianism as somehow by-passing the Muslim's claim that God is one and ultimately transcendent to the creation. Surely Christ and the Muslim might both reply to Olliphant's arguments that 'nothing is impossible with God', next he insists that the Muslim knows no assurance but… Read more
Restoring the Biblical Christ: Is Jesus God? (Rest&hellip by Jason Kerrigan
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent perspective., 9 April 2014
In essence it would appear that Kerrigan is arguing for the classic Jehovah Witness position, which he does admirably but imho unsuccessfully, the problem with all attacks on the doctrine of the Tri-unity of God is they all start from a position of strict rationalism and allegedly take only the received (Protestant) bible as their reference. It is obvious to any not swayed by any position that the bible itself supports only a strict Monotheism, so the real question is why did the specific doctrine emerge and how is it necessary in order to speak of God, this book like most will singularly fail to answer such a question, perhaps the best answer is given by Joe Jones in his A Grammar of… Read more
Split Cashew Nut 1kg by Jalpur
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nuts about these., 29 Mar 2014
Excellent service and product, very good value indeed, only Lidl's compete on price, but as I make Almond milk and Cashew nut ice cream the larger quantities are preferable. A1

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