Ellipsis Omnibus

Disillusioned but not disenchanted…

Essays: Gnosticism – Its Tenets and Troubles

In his book The Great Heresies, Hilaire Belloc defines a heresy a sort of thing which takes a system of thought and…

28 November 2014 · Leave a comment

Book Review: Rid of My Disgrace – By Justin & Lindsey Holcomb

Sexual assault is not something that happens to someone, ends, and is over; rather, it has lasting effects that can have an impact on every aspect of the person’s life. … Continue reading

19 November 2014 · Leave a comment

Essays: Contemporary Interpretations of the Early Church

When the average Christian take up their Bible and reads, the assumption is generally made that what is being read is the inspired word of God and that – as … Continue reading

26 October 2014 · Leave a comment

Book Review: A Grief Observed – By C.S. Lewis

C.S. Lewis is one of those authors who I know I can always go to for a good read. Sometimes – many times – I disagree with him, but it’s … Continue reading

24 October 2014 · 1 Comment

Book Review: Battered Into Submission – By James & Phyllis Alsdurf

When this book was first written in the late 80’s the phenomena of spousal abuse within the Christian home was something that was unheard of – not because it didn’t … Continue reading

18 October 2014 · Leave a comment

Essays: The Holy Spirit & Salvation

In his book entitled The Christian Faith, author Michael Horton makes the point that “in every external work of the Godhead, the Father is always the source, the Son is … Continue reading

22 September 2014 · 3 Comments
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