Notes from P.E. Hughes “Crucial Biblical Passages for Christian Apologetics”

Following are my notes from Hughes excellent contribution to Jerusalem and Athens: Hughes, Philip Edgcumbe. “Crucial Biblical Passages for Christian Apologetics.” In Jerusalem and Athens: Critical Discussions on the Philosophy and Apologetics of Cornelius Van Til, edited by E. R. Geehan, 131-140. Nutley, NJ: P&R, 1971. Genesis 1:1-31 “Of absolutely radical importance for the development... Continue Reading →

We are to give an account. But of what?

Eckhard J. Schnabel offers a wonderful explanation of what the content of our apologetic should be made up of. “The term apologia signifies that they should be prepared to give an account of the objective foundation of their Christian faith and identity. For example, they should be prepared to explain that sins can be forgiven... Continue Reading →

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