Why God’s common grace is necessary for apologetics.

40-1“When the case has been boldly made that the unbeliever must repent and admit to his suppressed knowledge of God if he is to have theoretical grounding for any knowledge whatsoever, then the Holy Spirit either opens his eyes at present or will do so at a coming day. In this present life God’s common grace restrains the apostate from utter intellectual self-destruction. While not positing neutral ground between the Christian and non-Christian interpretative systems, common grace nevertheless prevents the non-Christian from being consistent with his futile boast of autonomy. But in that coming day the unbeliever will cease to …

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In Antithesis, Vol 2, No. 1

In this issue of In Antithesis:

THE NEW ATHEISM, FAST COMPANY, AND THE INTEGRITY OF DOUBT
Stephen Rodgers
GOD’S PROBLEM: REVIEW AND SOLUTION
Alan Rhology & Matthew C. Martellus
HOLLYWOOD, GENEVA, AND ATHENS – A REFORMED PHILOSOPHY OF FILM
Nathaniel Claiborne, B.S., Th.M.
BOOK REVIEW – A REASON FOR THE HOPE: ESSAYS IN APOLOGETICS BY MASSIMO LORENZINI
Chris Bolt, B.A., M.Div.

We hope you enjoy reading it, and are both exhorted and encouraged thereby.…

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In Antithesis, Vol 1, No. 1 is now here!

Included in this issue:

An Introduction, by Chris Bolt
The Doctrine of God in Reformed Apologetics, by Joshua Whipps
Problems with Classic Proofs for the Existence of God, by Chris Bolt
Autonomy is Hard Work: Human Autonomy as a Rejection of Christian Theism, by Ben Woodring
Exposition of Romans 1:16-2:16 – The Knowledge of God, by Joshua Whipps

We hope you enjoy reading it, and are both exhorted and encouraged thereby.

(A big thanks to Brian Knapp for his yeoman’s work in getting this issue out for you all!)…

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In Antithesis: Update

Hello Readers!

We wanted to update you all on the status of the In Antithesis apologetics journal. We’ve decided that in order to be sure the journal is ready to be released we will be delaying the first issue until the September issue date. After this, the schedule will be continued as normal on a quarterly basis.

We apologize for this delay and look forward to providing this opportunity to explore and develop Presuppositional Apologetics.

 

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Small Journal Update

Upon reflection, the editors have decided that consideration for the Journal necessitates an initial submission of an abstract and bio in the form listed on the In Antithesis page, and does not necessitate an initial 1-2 sentence contact prior. Thank you for your understanding. If we have already contacted you regarding your submission, please disregard this post.…

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In Antithesis: An Announcement – and A Call for Papers

In a previous post, Chris announced our intention to begin an apologetics journal; this current announcement both confirms those plans, and makes a small change. The finalized name for the journal, we’ve decided, is In Antithesis: A Reformed Apologetics Journal. You can now see the link to the Journal page in the upper right navigation section. The first issue of In Antithesis is currently slated for a June release, barring providential hindrance.

Along with this announcement, we are calling for papers conforming to the specifications outlined on the Journal page. The deadline for submissions is May 31st. As …

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Starting Point Online Journal

Choosing Hats is beginning work on an online journal called Starting Point. The journal will include articles that pertain to the Presuppositional/ Covenantal/Van Tilian variety of apologetics. Our readers are strongly encouraged to contribute toward this project.

Contributors must be believers in the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and must be members of a local church. Other qualifications will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Submissions should evidence critical thought on some topic or topics related to P/C/VT apologetics. Articles may be critical of this particular method of apologetics; however the larger purpose of progress or development of …

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