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How Do I Know that I Know?

In 2013, I had the privilege of participating in both a written and panel dialog/debate with K. Scott Oliphint of Westminster Seminary and Jason Lisle founder of the Biblical Science Institute. Oliphint is a theologian and Lisle is an astrophysicist. Both are proponents of the apologetic method of Presuppositionalism in the tradition of Cornelius Van […]

Is it Unbiblical to Argue for God?

In my earliest days of attempting to do apologetics, I was confronted in the church with the objection that relying on philosophy, particularly arguments for the existence of God, was not only unwise, it was unbiblical. Upon inquiring why, they attempted to persuade by pointing me to the Apostle Paul, who seems to discourage the […]

Why Classical Apologetics?

The following is an excerpt for our Why Trust the God of the Bible? ebook. One distinctive of Southern Evangelical Seminary that the reader has seen displayed throughout this booklet’s argumentation is a commitment to Classical Apologetics.1 To say that an apologetic method is ‘classical’ is to say something about how SES does apologetics. It […]

What is Classical Christian Education?

With the increasing failure rates, violence, immorality, and attacks on God in public schools, many believers are looking for other options when it comes to educating their children. Those that look into the classical Christian school wonder how it differs from other types of education. Education that is classical is admittedly old.  Some may fear […]

Apologetic Methods and A Case for Classical Apologetics

Dr. Brian Huffling Dr. Brian Huffling’s research interests include Philosophy of Religion, Philosophical Theology, Philosophical Hermeneutics, and general issues in Apologetics and Biblical studies. See his personal blog here. Twitter Facebook Linkedin In 2004 I began to pursue an MA in Christian Apologetics at Southern Evangelical Seminary. I didn’t really know much about the topic, I […]

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