Ellipsis Omnibus

Disillusioned but not disenchanted…

Book Review: The Mark of the Christian – By Francis Schaeffer

The question is sometimes raised, “How is one to identify a Christian; what is it that marks them as a Christian?” In his text The Mark of the Christian, Francis … Continue reading

25 February 2015 · Leave a comment

Book Review: Found: God’s Will – By John MacArthur

The will of God is not a thing that is lost, in need of finding; in fact, it is quite an easy thing to discover. This is the opening point … Continue reading

16 February 2015 · Leave a comment

Essays: The Breaking of the Wall – Alienation and Reconciliation in Christ

  ‘Alienation’ is a word that has become common parlance over the past hundred years, a familiarity that was perhaps bolstered most by the writings of Karl Marx, who truly … Continue reading

14 February 2015 · Leave a comment

Book Review: The Appetite of Tyranny – By G. K. Chesterton

On June 28th of the year 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated by a small group of Serbians, an event which would begin Europe’s spiral into what was to … Continue reading

26 January 2015 · Leave a comment

Book Review: The Fall of Interpretation – By James K. A. Smith

While there has been much scholarship written in the realm of hermeneutics, these discussions on the whole tend to limit themselves on how to go about hermeneutics; they generally confine … Continue reading

8 January 2015 · 1 Comment

Book Review: Refuge From Abuse – By Nancy Nason-Clark & Catherine Kroeger

Nancy Nason-Clark and Catherine Kroeger are perhaps the subject matter experts in the realm of abuse within the Christian home and have written various books on the topic. This book … Continue reading

20 December 2014 · Leave a comment
"The riddles of God are more satisfying than the solutions of man."--G.K.Chesterton

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 85 other followers

"This world, after all our science and sciences, is still a miracle; wonderful, inscrutable, magical and more, to whosoever will think of it... It is by not thinking that we cease to wonder at it."--Thomas Carlyle, 'On Heroes & Hero Worship'