It was the debate of the century. Christianity had unequivocally triumphed over atheism. And the audience knew it. Find out how in this new web series featuring Dr. Greg Bahnsen.
There is no need for God to use our evangelistic witness, our daily work for a paycheck, or our defense of the faith—but He chooses to do so, and He calls us to apply ourselves to them.
It is one of those embarrassing historical ironies that modern science could not have arisen except in the atmosphere of a Christian world-and-life view.
Apologetics is no mere matter of “intellectual jousting”; it is a serious matter of life and death—eternal life and death.
If an apologist treats the starting point of knowledge as something other than reverence for God, then unconditional submission to the unsurpassed greatness of God’s wisdom does not really make sense.
Here then is how the presuppositional (transcendental) method of defending the faith would proceed once the preliminary discussions and clarifications have taken place with the unbeliever.
In popular misconception today, the choice of an apologetical method facing a Bible-believing Christian is between arguing presuppositionally or appealing to evidences from history and nature
Should Christians avoid the study of philosophy? As Dr. Greg Bahnsen shows, we all study it whether we mean to or not.
Twentieth-century believers can sympathize with their brothers in the ancient world. Our Christian faith continues to see the same variety of attempts to oppose and undermine it.
Students of apologetics wonder whether we can argue presuppositionally with unbelievers who adhere to false religious faiths.
All facts are created facts which can be properly understood only when given the interpretation the Creator intends; as such, all facts demonstrate the truth of Christianity.
Apologetics aims to defend the Christian faith by answering the variety of challenges leveled against it by unbelievers, thereby vindicating the Christian philosophy of life (worldview).
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