Category Archives: Apologetics

A Thomistic Transcendental Argument that Needs Van Til

A Review of Edward Feser’s The Last Superstition:  A Refutation of the New Atheism (St. Augustine’s Press, 2008).   I recently read Edward Feser’s book The Last Superstition because someone who claimed to be a former Van Tilian said it … Continue reading

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In Opposing Naturalism in Science, the Bible is More Foundational than Design

Here is a link to a guest post that I wrote:  https://veritasdomain.wordpress.com/2017/08/23/guest-post-in-opposing-naturalism-in-science-the-bible-is-more-foundational-than-design/ I contrast this graph from Paul Nelson of the Discovery Institute (see here), which marginalizes the issue of what the Bible says about the age of the earth: … Continue reading

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A More Natural Understanding of the Creation of Light, the Expanse, and Waters Above the Expanse in Genesis 1

A common view is that the light that God created on day one of the creation week was a light without a natural source. This understanding is a major reason given by Christians who advocate an old earth, Big Bang … Continue reading

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5 Points of Intersection Between Postmillennialism and Apologetics – Point 5b

Point 5 (continued):  Postmillennialism was an important influence in the Scientific Revolution.  Postmillennialism supports the argument for the Christian basis for science since postmillennialism was an important influence in the Scientific Revolution. The founder of British empiricism and experimentation, Francis … Continue reading

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5 Points of Intersection Between Postmillennialism and Apologetics – Point 5a

Point 5:  Postmillennialism was an important influence in the Scientific Revolution.  Postmillennialism supports the argument for the Christian basis for science since postmillennialism was an important influence in the Scientific Revolution. Please follow and like us:

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5 Points of Intersection Between Postmillennialism and Apologetics – Point 4

Point 4:  Postmillennialism is the biblical anecdote to failed predictions of Christ’s Second Coming.  Postmillennialism, with a preterist view of the Great Tribulation, refutes the numerous failed predictions, which have undermined the credibility of the modern evangelical church, that Jesus … Continue reading

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5 Points of Intersection Between Postmillennialism and Apologetics – Point 3

Point 3:  Postmillennialism refutes the skeptics’ claim that Jesus broke His promise to return. Postmillennialism, with a preterist view of the Great Tribulation, refutes the claim of skeptics that Jesus was a false prophet because He did not return to … Continue reading

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5 Points of Intersection Between Postmillennialism and Apologetics – Point 2

Point 2:  Postmillennialism validates the resurrection and the truth of Jesus’ message.  Postmillennialism, with a preterist view of the Great Tribulation, points to empirical evidence still visible in our own day that a major prophecy by Jesus came true, which … Continue reading

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5 Points of Intersection Between Postmillennialism and Apologetics – Point 1

I propose five points where postmillennial eschatology shapes and supports Christian apologetics: Postmillennialism means that we eventually persuade the world with our arguments. Postmillennialism validates the resurrection and the truth of Jesus’ message. Postmillennialism refutes the skeptics’ claim that Jesus … Continue reading

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Intelligent Design leaders promote a naturalistic epistemology

Here is the pdf of the article published in the Journal of Creation:  “Intelligent Design leaders promote a naturalistic epistemology” Abstract:  In part 1, I show that Intelligent Design (ID) movement leaders promote a naturalistic worldview in two ways. First, … Continue reading

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