Monthly Archives: July 2013

1 Peter 3:15

This verse contains the the biblical justification for Christian apologetics and is embraced by all apologists regardless of their chosen apologetic method. The apostle Peter describes believers as: “always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you … Continue reading

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Argument and force

These are some words of John Owen taken from “The Golden Book of John Owen” (published in 1903 and edited by James Moffatt). I’m compelled to include Moffatt’s outstanding footnote because he always add some interesting insight or background to … Continue reading

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God: the principium essendi of knowledge

After Van Til’s brief discussion of Idealism, in his Introduction to Systematic Theology, he moves on to discuss the principium essendi of knowledge (p. 29). Van Til claims that all of our knowledge has its origin and foundation in God. … Continue reading

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