Apologetics to the Glory of God

Tag: atheism

  • Choosing Hats Podcast – Interview With Mike Berhow

    In this Choosing Hats Podcast I interview Mike Berhow about his use of presuppositional apologetics in the practical realm!

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  • Concerning The Rumors

    Recently I have been asked a number of times by a handful of people about whether or not I have “given up on” the Transcendental Argument for the Existence of God (TAG). Some readers may have heard rumors about my position on TAG and possibly even some rumors concerning me leaving Choosing Hats. I feel as though I need to go ahead and address the hearsay.

    It has been my position from the beginning that while presuppositionalism relies heavily upon TAG, TAG need not be the only argument a presuppositionalist employs in his or her apologetic endeavor. There are other …

  • Nitpicking With Nocterro

    Recently I posted the audio recording of a debate I had roughly three years ago. A visitor to the site named Nocterro commented in response, “You appear to have used Plantinga’s evolutionary argument against naturalism without citing Plantinga.” By this I take him to mean that I do not just “appear” to have used Plantinga’s EAAN without citing Plantinga but that I actually did use Plantinga’s EAAN. In response to this observation I simply responded with a joke:

    What? Plantinga thought of an argument like that too?! You know what they say about great minds. 😉

    Explaining my jest is …

  • Debate: “Does God Exist?” (2007)

    Part I

    Part II

    Audience Q+A

  • 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 …

  • Zao Thanatoo’s Final Response To Mitch LeBlanc On TAG

    In a post with the title Zao Thanatoo’s Response To Mitch LeBlanc Regarding TAG I linked to an exchange between Zao Thanatoo and Mitch LeBlanc concerning an article written by LeBlanc on TAG.

    Zao Thanatoo has written his second and final response which may be found here.…

  • “Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Irrefutable Evidence that Christianity is True!”

    In a recent post I wrote:
    One can only hope that Dawson Bethrick’s eyes will be opened to the absolute foolishness of putting forth so much effort in an attempt to refute a worldview that he constantly claims is so silly. If you want evidence that Christianity is true you need not look any further than Dawson Bethrick.
    Today he wrote a new post about the last sentence from the quote above. It is quoted in its entirety below.
    In a recent blog entry, presuppositional apologist Chris Bolt once and for all settles the age-old question about evidence for

  • Knapp’s “Induction and the Unbeliever”

    Recently the “Bahnsen Burner” Dawson Bethrick took a swing at  Choosing Hats founder and administrator Brian Knapp’s contribution to The Portable Presuppositionalist as a part of his ongoing attempt to provide an answer to the Problem of Induction from within the confines of the Objectivist worldview. Mr. Bethrick quotes from page 124 of Knapp’s “Induction and the Unbeliever” in The Portable Presuppostionalist where Knapp asks, “Why do you believe nature is uniform, and how is that belief rationally justified?” Bethrick begins to provide an answer early in his post as follows:

    [N]ature is uniform on its own, independent of

  • David Hume Is Rolling In His Grave

    The “Bahnsen Burner” Dawson Bethrick is busy writing a number of posts concerning the Problem of Induction that I discussed with him some time ago. In his most recent post Mr. Bethrick repeats where he thinks David Hume went wrong on induction thus allegedly setting himself up for a future post on how Objectivism rids itself of the so-called “problem” of induction. Setting aside a number of mistakes in his exegesis of Hume Mr. Bethrick shows that his last thread of hope in the area of induction will not hold the weight he wants to place on it.

    Objectivists constantly …

  • Finding the Freedom to Let the Faith “Defend Itself”

    You Are Not Your Worldview: Finding the Freedom to Let the Faith Defend Itself By Russell D. Moore…