Books that Still Matter: "Not the Way It's Supposed to Be" by Cornelius Plantinga Jr.
Each issue we're looking at a book published during Modern Reformation's 15-year history, with a look to why this book was and still is significant.
It is easy to recognize sin when it is packaged in the fires of an explosion. When a car bomb ripped through the World Trade Center in 1993, and then eight years later two passenger planes brought down the twin towers com-
pletely, even some of the most ardent pacifists justified hell for the perpetrators of those crimes. From the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, to ...