2 Corinthians 10:4,5
For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war according to the flesh, for the weapons of our warfare [are] not fleshly but mighty in God for pulling down strongholds, casting down arguments and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God, bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ. And they will be ready to punish all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled.

2 Corinthians 10 : 4, 5

 

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  • The Trinity Foundation is pleased to announce the publication of its latest book. Thinking Biblically: A Challenge to Christians by the late John W. Robbins and edited by Thomas W. Juodaitis is now available in paperback for $21.95.The contents of this book were first delivered as lectures at The Westminster Institute in June and July 2000, and a few months later at Midway Presbyterian Church. The lectures were transcribed, edited, and formatted for book form. At the end of each chapter, which is the content of a lecture, sometimes the combination of two lectures, dealing with the same subject matter, are questions to help with studying the content. Thomas Juodaitis is responsible for the editing, formatting, and the questions for study at the end of each chapter. Also included as Appendices are the following Trinity Reviews pertinent to the topic: “The Biblical View of Truth,” by John W. Robbins; “How Do We Learn?” and “How Does Man Know God?” both by Gordon H. Clark, and “Did C. S. Lewis Go to Heaven?” by John W. Robbins.

  • Trinity Foundation Radio Episode 17 has been uploaded. Please join host Steve Matthews as he interviews Stuart Quint of Berean Beacon as they discuss "Reformed Leaders Hypnotized by Catholic Teachings of Thomas Aquinas."
  • We have a limited quantity of The Presbyterian Philosopher: The Authorized Biography of Gordon H. Clark by Douglas Douma and the 1983 paperback edition of The Pastoral Epitstles ( with The First Thanksgiving by Jennie Brownscombe as cover art) by Gordon H. Clark available for purchase.
  • Trinity Foundation Radio Episode 16: The Problem of Fatima is now available to listen to or download. Join host Steve Matthews as he interviews Timothy F. Kauffman on the Apparitions of Mary. Mr. Kauffman, a former devotee to Mary and the apparitions was later converted to Biblical Christianity and wrote Quite Contrary: A Biblical Reconsideration of the Apparitions of Mary. Mr. Kauffman discusses the anti-Christian, even demonic origin of these apparitions.

 

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