A Fundamental Problem With The Presuppositionalism of Cornelius Van Til

By, David Haines Cornelius Van Til was, without a doubt, one of the most influential apologists of the Neo-Calvinist movement of the twentieth century. Van Til received his philosophical training under W. H. Jellema at Calvin College (a gifted philosopher who had received his training under well-known English Idealists such as Josiah Royce, F. H. […]

Course: Ethics

  Richard Land, Ph.D. Module 3 Course(s) (May 16th-21st | | Mon. – Fri. 6:00pm-10:30pm | Sat. 8:00am-4:30pm) Ethics AP412 Syllabus  Ethics AP512 Syllabus DESCRIPTION* *This is a summary of AP512, which is a M.A. level course. If you are interested in the full description of AP512 download the AP512 Syllabus. *If you are interested in […]

Course: The Book of Daniel

  Thomas Howe, Ph.D. Module 5 Course(s) (June 6th-11th | Mon. – Fri. 6:00pm-10:30pm | Sat. 8:00am-4:30pm) OT428/528 Daniel Syllabus DESCRIPTION An in-depth study of the book of Daniel focusing on the prophetic message as the paradigm for understanding biblical Prophecy…The prophecies of the book of Daniel are foundational for an understanding of a Dispensational/Premillenial perspective, […]

Course: Biblical Languages

  J. P. Lenhart, M.A. May 2, 2016 – Aug 5, 2016 BL401: Biblical Languages Syllabus (ONLINE ONLY) DESCRIPTION An overview of the biblical languages with an emphasis on developing proficiency in the employment of the standard biblical language reference tools in the study of the Bible and the defense of the historic Christian Faith. OBJECTIVES […]

Course: New Testament Survey I

  Melton B. Winstead, Ph.D. Module 2 Course(s) (May 9th-14th |Mon. – Fri. 6:00pm – 10:30pm | Sat. 8:00am-4:30pm)  New Testament Survey I DESCRIPTION A survey of the life and teachings, death, resurrection, and ascension of Christ as presented in the four Gospels and the spread of Christianity as recorded in the Book of Acts. Introductory […]