Author Archives: Michael

On Arguments Against Singing Psalms

I am convinced that we, as the church of God, should sing the Psalms in corporate worship. In this blog, I will not build a case for an exclusive Psalmody position, but do some interacting with the two main arguments … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Ryrie

My freshman year of college at the Word of Life Bible Institute I had Charles Ryrie as my eschatology professor. At the time I didn’t know much about him, but I had owned his systematic theology for about a year … Continue reading

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Proclaiming Truth and Accepting Falsehood

Amongst friends and occasionally frenemies, I am regularly charged with being a crusty, old Presbyterian. I may be crusty, but at 31 I don’t think I’m very old. Such accusations generally come from the fact that I actually believe that … Continue reading

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Concerning The Doctrine of Predestination

It seems that every time I blog I start out with something along the lines of, “Well, it’s been a while…”, and this time is no exception. Much has happened in the last several months: I have finished all but … Continue reading

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Van Tillian Presuppositionalism and Evidence Part the Third

If you’ve been keeping up with the blog, it is finally time to address evidence as used by the presuppositional apologist. Recently I’ve seen several blogs by people ranging from atheist to evangelical that attack the presuppositional method. In all … Continue reading

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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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