Why Apologetics Method Matters
Captive Thoughts – Presuppositional Apologetics
Apologetics method is the outworking of one’s theological commitments or presuppositions. Since apologetics entails a defense of the message from God directed to human beings, it logically follows that one’s beliefs about the nature of God, the nature of God’s message, and the nature of the target audience of God’s message, human beings, would serve […]
Can We Trust the Bible?
It’s tempting to argue with the unregenerate about God. They often level attacks on the very foundation of Christian beliefs–the Scriptures–claiming that our Bible depicts an evil, bloodthirsty dictator or that there are many contradicting passages in Scripture. Many believers are not equipped to deal with the massively growing number of attacks on God’s word […]
The Problem With “The Problem of Evil”
The attacks against Christianity are heating up in the last days, and at the forefront of the battle stands the Word of God. In Luke 8, Jesus tells the parable of the sower, verses 11,12 read, “Now the parable is this: The seed is the word of God… Then cometh the devil, and taketh away […]
“That there exists in the human mind and indeed by natural instinct, some sense of Deity, we hold to be beyond dispute, since God himself, to prevent any man from pretending ignorance, has endued all men with some idea of his Godhead, the memory of which he constantly renews and occasionally enlarges, that all to […]