Letters Appear, as if By Magic

Letter to the Editor: Thank you for faithfully pointing us to God's design as revealed through His word. Within your October 21st response to Rachel Miller, in your 8th paragraph, you wrote: “If my fundamental identity is to be found in Christ, which it is, then I must accept that fundamental identity. I must receive it. And what ...

Surprise! Got a Few Letters About Rachel Miller . . .

Letter to the Editor: If the people’s need to hear from others (that aren’t you) about Ms Millers loose grasp of reality and facts when it comes to you, may I remind you of the article by David Goodwin responding to her ridiculous assertions with regards to the ACCS and CCE, And then [there is] Joseph Bayly on his blog (he ...

Tuesday and Letters Just Go Together

Letter to the Editor: Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrr you planning on another No Quarter November? Aye or No? Todd -- Doug responds: Todd, that would be an aye.Letter to the Editor: Mark Jones did a less entertaining but no less serious review of this book's weaknesses and the subtle dishonesties in its presentation ...

More Than One Letter, Guaranteed

Letter to the Editor: Ref: “The Slaves of Jonathan Edwards” Is there value to mentioning the year of jubilee, and the freedom, as well as hope of freedom, a slave would have under a righteous Israelite slave owner? Ian -- Doug responds: Ian, yes, there is. I believe that the year of jubilee was a type of the ...

Letters, All on Edwards . . .

Letter to the Editor: Thank you for being a voice of reason in the national evangelical conversation about social justice/racial reconciliation. I appreciate your writing. Molly -- Doug responds: Molly, thanks.Letter to the Editor: But wait, there may still be a way in which you would be considered ...

The Old Tuesday Letters Ploy

Letter to the Editor: Dear Friends,I wish to ask forgiveness from Doug Wilson for comments I have made in the past re: the Sitler case. I’m not sure which internet site where that may have happened, as it was a while ago. I will try to find it to make necessary retractions. Here I will say that, without having all access to the ...

Some Letters That Met the Deadline. Like This Guy.

Letter to the Editor: This message is intended to respond to your recent blog: "David French and the Chimerical Flibbertigibbet." I understand the main thrust of your argument in this post to be as follows: viewpoint neutrality is not viewpoint neutral itself, but rather imposes a non-Christian (or even anti-Christian) set of values ...

And . . . the Letters are Back!

Letter to the Editor: In Defend the Meta, I like your illustration of the “levels” of presuppositions that when “stacked” upon each other create a worldview. These are helpful word pictures that give our brain a shortcut to remembrance and understanding. Along those lines, I also like Greg Bahnsen’s word picture of the ...

Not Every Post is a Complete Success

Letter to the Editor: Are there any weapons that should be forbidden to the general public? What about nuclear weapons? Steve -- Doug responds: Steve, I think we have a problem with technological creep that is much bigger than what you might be envisioning. I think that in 200 years, we could have high school ...

Sorting the Mail as Best We Can

Letter to the Editor: You speak of sorcery as the short cut to gain the benefits of obedience without the obedience itself, and that seems very apt. But I also can't help but think of the fruit in the Garden also. That was the same deal. God of course wanted his people to be mature, knowing the difference between good and ...