I came across this gem in Blaise Pascal's Pensees that reminded me of one of VanTil's concerns, namely that evidences are indeed useful, but only if someone has a worldview in which such evidences make sense: I admire the boldness with which these persons undertake to speak of God. In addressing their argument to infidels,… Continue reading Pascal and VanTil . . .
I’ve been reading through my copy of Kenneth R. Samples’ new book A World of Difference: Putting Christian Truth-Claims to the Worldview Test. Ken is not only an excellent lecturer, as evidenced by his amazing Sunday school and Academy courses at Christ Reformed Church, he is an equally clear and cogent writer. In chapter 2,… Continue reading Kenneth R. Samples: “A World of Difference”
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