Killing Reason: The Danger of Thinking in an Age of Thoughtlessness


If you find yourself continuously chewing on systematic theology, reading analytical Bible commentaries, or burying yourself in pre-modern philosophy books, you have probably found out by now that you’re an outlaw. The 21st century evangelical Church can be a dangerous place to use one’s mind, and this becomes abundantly clear when questions like, “Man, why … Continue reading Killing Reason: The Danger of Thinking in an Age of Thoughtlessness

Van Til’s “True Knowledge” & Classical Apologetics


The conscience of this position is that here too we meet with the same basic alternative between Christian and non-Christian methodology. As Christians we hold it to be impossible to interpret any fact without a basic falsification unless it be regarded in its relation to God the Creator and to Christ the Redeemer. On the … Continue reading Van Til’s “True Knowledge” & Classical Apologetics

What’s So Wrong With Classical Apologetics?


Excerpt from Van Til’s Apologetic, by Greg Bahnsen: Yet we must recognize the truth contained in the contention that there is a general consciousness of man. We can do this first of all by recognizing that there once was such a consciousness. We must go back to the Adamic consciousness as being the fundamentally human consciousness. We … Continue reading What’s So Wrong With Classical Apologetics?

The Aquinas Papers: In God There Is No Passive Potency


Abstract: It has become common to apply some external and non-consequential change to God in order to make Him seem more relatable to His creation. These changes have been referred to as the addition of covenantal or accidental properties which accrue to God in a way so as to not affect His essence. In this … Continue reading The Aquinas Papers: In God There Is No Passive Potency