Death by Generalization: Making Distinctions

Distinctions, distinctions, distinctions. We must be willing and able to make distinctions if we are going to have conversations about things like religion and politics. These are highly sensitive subjects important to many if not most people. Thus, we need to be careful with our language and with how we approach these things. It is … Continue reading Death by Generalization: Making Distinctions

Plantinga & Van Til: Can They Be Friends?

Well... kinda. Throughout my study of apologetics, more specifically, my assessment of varying apologetic methods, Cornelius Van Til has certainly stood out. There exists in Van Til a commitment to the Scriptures along with a forceful argument for the Christian system of thought rarely seen in other apologists. One of the issues, however, has been … Continue reading Plantinga & Van Til: Can They Be Friends?