God’s Knowledge and Necessity Part 2

As noted in the previous post, if God perfectly foreknows that “X” will “S,” then, the outcome of “S” in certain in advance, because God is omniscient and knows nothing falsely. However, this does not mean that “S” will come about necessarily. John Calvin touched on this subject in his famed work, “The Institutes of…

God’s Knowledge and Necessity

There is much to say about the foreknowledge of God and the will of the creature. This is a topic that has been and will be debated for a great while. One of the areas where conflict arises is in the area of necessity. Do the foreordained decrees of the Lord come about necessarily? This…

The Apologetic Implications of Self Deception

Over the next few weeks, I will be doing a series on Dr. Greg L. Bahnsen’s work, “The Apologetic Implications of Self-Deception: A Conditional Resolution of the Apparent Paradox of Self-Deception.” For any and all who would like to follow along during this study, this book can be obtained in a variety of different formats,…

Response to Ivan Monroy

I have been engaged in a discussion with an individual named Ivan Monroy, an apparent Jehovah’s Witness, or, at least a supporter of Unitarianism. Ivan questioned my post on the Watchtowers handling of Philippians 2:10-11 and responded with a very gracious post, which can be found here. I normally do not allow comments in reference…

Why I Believe in God: Cornelius Van Til

I was reading through a fellow Christians blog this evening titled,  The Domain for Truth (an excellent site which I highly suggest), when I came across this classic of Presuppositional Apologetics from  Dr. Cornelius Van Til. I have read this book a number of times, but, never knew that someone placed it in YouTube format. THIS…