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, by clicking HERE. The topic of “self-deception” was Dr. Bahnsen’s doctoral dissertation subject and if I know anything about Dr. Bahnsen, this book is going to jam-packed with information to make the reader think. Below is Dr. Bahnsen’s bio from Covenant Media Foundation.

 Greg L. Bahnsen, Ph.D.
September 17, 1948 — December 11, 1995


Greg L. Bahnsen, (1948-1995), was an ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church    and a full time Scholar in Residence for the Southern California Center for Christian Studies. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Southern California, specializing in the theory of knowledge. He previously received the B.A. (magna cum laude, philosophy) from Westmont College, and then simultaneously earned the M.Div. and Th.M. degrees from Westminster Theological Seminary. Dr. Bahnsen lectured to a broad range of evangelical Christian groups at many colleges and conferences. He was an experienced apologist and debater, a clear and cogent teacher of the Christian worldview who was devoted to training believers in understanding and applying the Christian faith to every area of life. He published numerous scholarly articles, a number of well-known books, and has over 1,500 recorded lectures and sermons. NOTE: While Dr. Bahnsen died on December 11th, 1995, his audio tapes and written materials were, and still remain, the foundation for Covenant Media Foundation’s ministry.