Category: From the Faculty

Twelve Things from Doctor Geisler for His Students
July 16, 2019 From the Faculty
Forgive me, my heart is still heavy, and my eyes still cry. I will tell my Norm stories later, but for now...
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Three Steps to Getting Jude 3 Right: What Does it Mean to “Contend for the Faith”?
July 9, 2019 From the Faculty
The epistle of Jude is often quipped by apologists of all stripes as a justification that Christians should “contend . . ....
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Responding to NY Times Article Saying the Concept of God is Incoherent
June 27, 2019 From the Faculty
Dr. Brian Huffling Dr. Brian Huffling’s research interests include: Philosophy of Religion, Philosophical Theology, Philosophical Hermeneutics, and general issues in Apologetics and...
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Why Christians Should Study Philosophy: A Reply to John MacArthur
June 20, 2019 From the Faculty
Ambiguous or absurd statements are funny. When we don’t understand the meaning or absurdity we miss the joke. Verses in Scripture when...
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A Response to John Frame’s “Two Models of Divine Transcendence”
June 18, 2019 From the Faculty
Dr. Brian Huffling Dr. Brian Huffling’s research interests include: Philosophy of Religion, Philosophical Theology, Philosophical Hermeneutics, and general issues in Apologetics and...
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