Church History and Apologetics Classes

Recently, I had the opportunity of teaching two classes for my local church, on the subjects of Church History and Apologetics.

Chris asked me to post them, so here they are!

Note: I wasn’t professionally recorded – I did it myself – so the quality is only so-so.

Church History: I used a primarily biographical method in teaching a quick overview of the history of the Church – and it’s isn’t nearly as comprehensive as many classes might be. It’s only 12 sessions, so I obviously had to go fairly quickly. This was taught as an introduction to the …

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Do Yourself A Favor

Check out Lane G. Tipton’s Westminster Trinitarianism.

Go here and sign up in order to access resources from Westminster Theological Seminary.

Once you receive your confirmation email you can log in via the link included with that email and then search for the title of the lecture.

Lots of good stuff there! Thanks to Jeff Downs for recommending it.…

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Check out this offer on “Speaking the Truth in Love: The Theology of John M. Frame”!

Thanks to Zao Thanatoo for contacting me about a 50% discount on John Frame’s festschrift Speaking the Truth in Love: The Theology of John M. Frame edited by John J. Hughes (P&R, 2009) through Dr. James N. Anderson’s blog. Click here to find out how to take advantage of this generous offer!

You may also read Dr. Anderson’s contribution to the book here. Many thanks to Dr. Anderson for the work he has done through the years developing his ‘attenuated’ Van Tilianism. I look forward to more of his work in the future.…

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Honesty In Apologetics

For some time now I have wanted to post concerning honesty in apologetics. Honesty appears to be just as scarce in much apologetic material as humility. There are a number of reasons I have not yet written the post. One such reason is that I have been a bit under the weather. My desk is rather full at the moment as well and I owe several people responses. Thankfully I found a well written post on the topic here that I can just link to and encourage you to read.

See you when I am well, Lord willing!…

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