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Dr. VanTil on the History of Apologetics

History and Nature of Apologetics Dr. Conelius VanTil

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 9 Ratings

Dr. VanTil on the History of Apologetics

    History and Nature of Apologetics: Common Grace : 3

    History and Nature of Apologetics: Common Grace : 3

    Apologetics and common grace. The importance of common grace in defending the faith.

    • 41 min
    History and Nature of Apologetics: Patterns of Thinking and the Gospel : 2

    History and Nature of Apologetics: Patterns of Thinking and the Gospel : 2

    Thinking God's Thoughts after him or autonomous reason.

    • 58 min
    History and Nature of Apologetics: Common Grace : 5

    History and Nature of Apologetics: Common Grace : 5

    VanTil on common grace

    • 1 hr
    History and Nature of Apologetics: Foundational Considerations : 6

    History and Nature of Apologetics: Foundational Considerations : 6

    epistemology in Apologetics

    • 47 min
    History and Nature of Apologetics: New Evangelicalism : 4

    History and Nature of Apologetics: New Evangelicalism : 4

    VanTil and the threat of Neo-Orthodoxy and Bartian Theology.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    History and Nature of Apologetics: Faith, Reason, and Theistic Proofs : 1

    History and Nature of Apologetics: Faith, Reason, and Theistic Proofs : 1

    Intro class on faith, reason and theistic proofs.

    • 55 min

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