Francis Schaeffer on Warrantless Belief in Absolutes

I was doing some leisure reading last night and thought I'd share this nice quote by Francis Schaeffer noting the pervasiveness of relativism in our day, but also showing the belief in moral absolutes held even by non-believers are held without sufficient warrant. If you had lived in Europe, let us say prior to about… Continue reading Francis Schaeffer on Warrantless Belief in Absolutes

Online Reformed Responses to Roman Catholic Apologetic Claims

A river pours out of the Vatican that empties into the sea of Reformed Protestantism.  There is also, however, a trickle of converts from Reformed Protestantism to Roman Catholicism.  Though the numbers do not appear to be very significant, the noise generated in blogdom is pretty high.  What is more, as Reformed Churches tend to… Continue reading Online Reformed Responses to Roman Catholic Apologetic Claims

Presuppositional Apologetics: What once was lost has now been found

The story behind Greg Bahnsen's posthumously published Presuppositional Apologetics: Stated and Defended is quite a fascinating one. Originally a couple of chapters for an anthology, later expanded into a full monograph, accepted by a publisher and turned into proofs, but then lost for many years only to be found in an envelope that had fallen… Continue reading Presuppositional Apologetics: What once was lost has now been found

Accounting for the Reality of Non-Physical Realities

Here's a great apologetics quote by Ken Samples who is on the adult education staff at Christ Reformed Church in Anaheim (URCNA), and whose latest book on worldviews (entitled A World of Difference: Putting Christian Truth-Claims to the Worldview Test) is hot off the presses at Baker. Ahhhh, the transcendental argument hard at work! God… Continue reading Accounting for the Reality of Non-Physical Realities