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

Pascal and VanTil . . .

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 . . .