FTNCI 041: Theistic Arguments & Natural Theology

We are talking about theistic arguments and natural theology today. We have been talking a lot about natural theology in general lately, and that’s been a hot topic on Facebook and Twitter. We wanted to bring the theory of that into practice. One of the primary ways natural theology is relevant is in theistic arguments.

In this episode we overview our understanding of right Christian Apologetics to answer the question: How can we know that Christianity is true and reasonable?​ We explore important theistic arguments and various arguments from history, morality, prophecy, miracles, the testimony about the resurrection of Jesus, and the peculiar glory of Scripture.

As we explore these arguments, we answer some common objections raised by Van Tillian Presuppositionalists, whose philosophical system stands opposed to Apologetics as such.

Related Resources:

FTNCI Presuppositionalism Index Page

FTNCI Epistemology Video Playlist


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