Biblical Apologetics: How Shall We Respond to Unbelief?

Unbelief is in the air.  Unbelief is gaining ground in postmodern culture.  Over 100 years ago, the German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche wrote, “I call Christianity the one great curse, the one great innermost corruption, the one great instinct of revenge, for which no means is poisonous, stealthy, subterranean, small enough – I call it theContinue reading “Biblical Apologetics: How Shall We Respond to Unbelief?”

The Story of Reality (2017)

Gregory Koukl, The Story of Reality Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2017, 198 pp. $9.31 Reality is a subject that every person should be interested in. Reality stares us in the face each day and reminds us of the bare facts. Perhaps the most important reality to come to grips with is the Christian worldview. Gregory KouklContinue reading “The Story of Reality (2017)”

COVENANTAL APOLOGETICS – K. Scott Oliphint (2013)

K. Scott Oliphint makes a bold and courageous proposal in his newest book, Covenantal Apologetics.  His proposal is to essentially do away with the language of presuppositional apologetics and replace this outdated terminology with “covenantal apologetics.”  He makes  a good case for the terminological change and takes the best of Van Til’s apologetic and leads readersContinue reading “COVENANTAL APOLOGETICS – K. Scott Oliphint (2013)”

BIBLICAL APOLOGETICS: HOW SHALL WE RESPOND TO UNBELIEF?

Unbelief is in the air.  Unbelief is gaining ground in postmodern culture.  Over 100 years ago, the German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche wrote, “I call Christianity the one great curse, the one great innermost corruption, the one great instinct of revenge, for which no means is poisonous, stealthy, subterranean, small enough – I call it theContinue reading “BIBLICAL APOLOGETICS: HOW SHALL WE RESPOND TO UNBELIEF?”