Thursday, June 24, 2010

What is presuppositional apologetics?

A lot of people ask me the question, "What is presuppositional apologetics."  While the concept is easy to understand once grasped, it is not always easy to explain.  Thankfully, Brian over at APOLOGETICS 315 has posted a link which provides lectures from the experts themselves.  All of it is free and can be downloaded at iTunes U.

Here's the currently available lectures, though more will be posted as they become available (i'd recommend subscribing!):

• Reformation and Apologetics: Calvin's Presuppositional Apologetic (Lillback)
• Faith and the Intellect (Schaeffer)
• The Role of Worldviews in Apologetic Dialogue (Oliphant)
• What is Presuppositional Apologetics? (Oliphant)
• Why I am a Presuppositionalist (Edgar)
• History and Nature of Apologetics: Faith, Reason and Theism (Van Til)
• Present State of Christian Philosophy (Oliphant)
• Van Tilian Apologetics 1 (Bahnsen)
• Van Tilian Apologetics 2 (Bahnsen)
• Van Tilian Apologetics 3 (Bahnsen)
• Van Tilian Apologetics 4 (Bahnsen)
• Something Much Too Plain to Say (Oliphant)
• Apologetics (Edgar)

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