TBR Recommends…

 

by Robie Day

I apologize I have not been posting in my series on apologetics lately.  I have been very busy with the start of the school year and the conference Dylan and I are hosting this weekend.  I plan to post again this weekend.  Regardless, here are a few articles I enjoyed this week…

Jared Wilson writes about the importance of the pastor’s ability to say “I don’t know.”

Michael Horton offers this very helpful article on making sound arguments and avoiding logical fallacies.

When it comes to tragedies like 9/11, Matt Rawlings explains that it is not only important that we remember, but how we remember.

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