Is justice relative to the individual or will of the community, or is there actually a place where justice is grounded? In this short clip Dean Donald McConnell of Trinity Law School gives a few thoughts.
Only in a universe created and governed by a personal, sovereign, and rational God; can events have meaning. To believe that any event in our lives happened for a reason while denying such a God is a serious flaw in reasoning.
There are no atheists. If you were to find one real atheist, as G.K. Chesterton says, you will have found a madman.
Here is the quote by C.S. Lewis… “While we are on the subject of science, let me digress for a moment. I believe that any Christian who is qualified to write a good popular book on any science may do much more good by that than by any directly apologetic work. The difficulty we are […]
Below are the MP3 downloads of the lectures from the Crucial Issues for Christians Seminar presented by Trinity Law School and Trinity Graduate School. These lectures can be downloaded by right-clicking the link and selecting, “save target as.” Abortion, Euthanasia, and Embryonic Stem Cell Research – Donald McConnell The New Atheism – Christopher Neiswonger Aesthetics […]
Below is a quote by J. Gresham Machen from the 1930’s laying out the battles taking place in the church. In the quote Machen rightly ascribes these battles to the modernists of his day. What is amazing about this quote is that it perfectly captures many of the arguments of the post-moderns in the church […]
To folllow is yet another synopsis of T.U.L.I.P., just in case you haven’t ever read about it before. Cough… Having previously written about the Total Depravity of man, it wouldn’t be conducive to rehash the doctrine in all its detail. However, we will touch briefly on some points that may have been vaguely made then. […]
Bear with me, if you will. Consider this text in Scripture: Mark 10:17-22 And as he was setting out on his journey, a man ran up and knelt before him and asked him, “Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?” And Jesus said to him, “Why do you call me good? No […]
First things first. We need to talk about the term gospel, define what we mean by its usage, and then measure our definition with gospel’s biblical denotation. In a time where everyone has his own relative definition and belief of any and all, it is indeed important to have an absolute, biblical definition of gospel. […]
Gordon Clark being a presuppositionalist normally did not argue for the existence of God, but in this case he thought it was valuable. Taking his cue from Augustine, he developed this argument. This argument is also given by Alvin Plantinga in a slightly different way. The following is Ronald Nash’s explanation of Clark’s argument. Gordon […]