Part 5 of an 9-week series on basic presuppositional apologetics. Mr. Wright lists expounds on several of the most common arguments for God's existence:• The Moral argument• The Epistemological argument• The Teleological argument• The Cosmological Argument• The Ontological Argument• The Transcendental Argument
Pastor Stephen defines faith from a biblical perspective, and discusses how it relates to proof and evidence for Christianity.
Part 3 of an 9-week series on basic presuppositional apologetics. Mr. Wright, an experienced evangelist, shares about the message and goal of apologetics; the Gospel. Without the Gospel, any apologetic effort is worthless.
Dr. Jason Lisle uses a plethora of fields of science to confirm creationism and deny secularism. These fields include genetics, information study, paleontology, and geology. As Director of Research, Dr. Lisle leads ICR’s gifted team of scientists who continue to investigate and demonstrate the evidence for creation. He graduated ...
Part 1 of an 8-week series on basic presuppositional apologetics. Pastor Stephen introduces our series by teaching the purpose and dangers of apologetics, and summarizing the different positions that apologists have historically taken.