I recently revisited the very underrated series at Reformed Forum on the relationship between Christianity and culture. There has been a good amount of sustained discussion recently regarding this topic, … Read more→
Archive for the ‘Apologetics’ Category
Blogger and tweeter extraordinaire Dr. K. Scott Oliphint has answered common objections to presuppositional apologetics over at the Gospel Coalition. I hesitated to word the title in the way I … Read more→
I recently heard William Lane Craig speak at a conference and he made what I thought was a very basic but very important point. Much of what goes on in … Read more→
I’m reading Five Views on Apologetics again—this time in preparation for a seminar discussion. William Lane Craig presents an argument for classical apologetics and Gary Habermas argues for an evidentialist approach. … Read more→
How Van Til pictures the history of unbelieving thought.
I continue to be amazed at the relevancy of both Systematic Theology and Biblical Theology for the task of apologetics. In other words, apologetics differs greatly from philosophical theology, … Read more→
What Van Til was doing with Barth's theology.
Continuing our look into some of the salient points of Van Til’s The Defense of the Faith, and lately, of his view of metaphysics, we must ask what Van Til … Read more→
In his work The Defense of the Faith, Cornelius Van Til sought to demonstrate the shortcomings of all kinds of unbelieving philosophy while exalting the truth of Scripture as the … Read more→