Monthly Archives: May 2015

Van Tillian Presuppositionalism and Evidence Continued

Welcome back to part two. This post will examine and critique the evidentialist school of Christian apologetics. I first came upon evidentialism my first year at Liberty. At the time, it was refreshing to me, as the apologetics teacher I … Continue reading

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Van Tillian Presuppositionalism and Evidence

This past semester I took Apologetics with Dr. Tony Curto at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. I have to say that this course was the best I have taken in seminary, with Ethics being a close second. Dr. Curto taught us … Continue reading

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