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Ukiah Apologetics Conference (Audio)

Ukiah Apologetics Conference (Audio)

Five talks on some of the crucial issues for Christians as they defend their faith in today’s world.

A Review of Stephen C. Meyer’s “Darwin’s Doubt”

A Review of Stephen C. Meyer’s “Darwin’s Doubt”

This new book by Meyer describes the hopeless disarray into which evolutionary explanations of the Cambrian Explosion have come.  The author convincingly shows how the evidence does not comport with Neo-Darwinism, but in fact contradicts it at many crucial points.

Kingdom through Covenant – A Review

Kingdom through Covenant – A Review

There have been many reviews of this book from different sources, but this is one of the very few from a ‘dispensational’ perspective.

Old Apologetics Works

Old Apologetics Works

This link to some useful Apologetical books of yesteryear are worth checking out.  While not presuppositional, and therefore too dependent on the notion of common ground, these are good resources – and they’re free!

A New Commentary on Exodus

A New Commentary on Exodus

“Kregel’s Exegetical Commentary series has already made a strong impact with works by Allen Ross on Psalms and Robert Chisholm on Judges/Ruth, and Garrett doesn’t let the side down.  His Exodus Commentary is a fine work of scholarship, being nicely “weighted” towards the first part of the Book (to ch. 24) for preachers.”

William Tyndale – An Introduction

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Brief Biographies

Without Tyndale we would not have the English language as we know it.

Just what is “Biblical Covenantalism”?

This short overview provides the distinctive traits of the form of Dispensationalism which seeks guidance from God’s own covenant words to discover the scheme of the Bible.

Is the Trinity Necessary?

Is the Trinity Necessary?

“The doctrine of the Trinity is a truth upon which all other truths rely.”

Reviewing ‘Covenantal Apologetics’ by K. Scott Oliphint

Reviewing ‘Covenantal Apologetics’ by K. Scott Oliphint

“Looked at simply as a book about presuppositional apologetics this is a welcome addition.  Between the customary Introduction and Conclusion there are seven informative chapters… the author has thought through how best to present the logic of the approach, and he brings in some useful refinements in this area; refinements which readers will appreciate.”

What is Progressive Revelation?

What is Progressive Revelation?

“The whole idea of progression in this sense must incorporate constancy of meaning. Like coming across leopard tracks in the snow; following them would lead you to a leopard. It would not lead you to a bear. Bears have different signatures. Just so, when God reveals He leaves a verbal signature which can be tracked. It cannot eventuate in a result which the revelation has rendered us totally unprepared for.”

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Dan Phillips

Dan Phillips

“Paul Henebury is doing something so obvious that you have to marvel that no one has done it before, let alone done it so well…” read more

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