Wherein Bruce Gerencser Combats The Vast Evangelical Conspiracy

Well according to Whipps, I am absolutely, totally wrong about, well, e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g. I will leave it to the readers of this blog to determine the veracity and value of his screed. One thing I have learned is not to get

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The Haberdashery of Bruce Gerencser

I have been watching, with interest, the stream of attempted rebuttal flowing from Bruce’s virtual pen today.  We began the day with the assertion that yesterday’s post was a “deconstruction” of Bruce’s story.  I found that odd, myself.  Especially since …

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When your resume is irrelevant – your testimonial does the trick

impeccable resumeI got a Google Alert this morning for the term “presuppositionalism.”  Of course, as is usually the case, it was an atheist using the term.  In this case, however, it was actually irrelevant to the entire post, as far …

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Explain The Difference!

Some intellectual mastermind crafted this meme, and circulated around the internet:

Explain the Difference

Genius, right? It totally shows us that Islam and Christianity are exactly the same!

I think I will take up the challenge, and attempt the impossible. I will try …

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The Teaching of Christianity as a Challenge to Unbelief

We have already indicated that the best apologetic defense will invariably be made by him who knows the system of truth of Scripture best. The fight between Christianity and non-Christianity is, in modern times, no piece-meal affair.  It is the …

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Peripatetic 32 – The Unity of Theology – Laying your Cards on the Table

So, when we are told to lay out the Christian worldview, and invite our opponent to internally critique it, what is it we present? Here is an example, on the fly.

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Peripatetic 31 – Truck on Fire Edition – and a response to Gary Crampton on Logic and God

Response to Gary Crampton on Logic and God, interrupted by strange events.

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Peripatetic 30 – Simplicity, Systematic Theology, and Sanctification

Recorded in mid-March; covers the relationship between Divine Simplicity and Systematic Theology, and goes through Ephesians 6 to emphasize the unity of the Christian life and the apologetic task. Additionally, as major examples, addresses practically all of the same subjects …

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