Posts Taged presuppositionalism

The Myth of Neutrality [04/06/2014]

BPR#185

Is there a such a thing as “neutrality”? Do Christians and non-Christians have “common ground”? Chris Bolt joins us to explain why pushing the antithesis is crucial in apologetics.

Special Guest: Chris Bolt of Choosing Hats.

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Covenantal Apologetics [02/16/2014]

BPR#178

We cover:
-The biblical and theological foundations for presuppositional apologetics.
-The history of philosophy and the impact of Immanuel Kant.
-Guidance for interacting with and persuading those who don’t believe.

Special Guest: K. Scott Oliphint  (professor of apologetics and systematic theology at Westminster), author of  Covenantal Apologetics: Principles and Practice in Defense of Our Faith

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What is YOUR Worldview? [02/09/2014]

BPR#177

How can we become aware of our biases?
Our presuppositions? How can a person’s worldview change? How does this relate to apologetics and evangelism? We discuss these questions, plus give some love to our LA listeners!

Special Guest: Dr. James N. Anderson (professor of theology & philosophy @RTS), author of What’s Your Worldview?

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