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Proverbs 26:4-5

If you have not read my Introduction to Logic, you may want to do so now and then read my Basic Logic Structure post as well. So how do we spot logical fallacies and prove untrue statements wrong? Refer to scripture! We’re going to employ the biblical practice of answering a fool according to his […]

Basic Structure of Logic

If you have not read my Introduction to Logic, you may want to do so. The basic structure of a logical argument is in the form of IF antecedent THEN consequent. Essentially, this states that if a certain condition (or set of conditions, which may include assumptions and facts) is TRUE, then the consequent will […]

Introduction to Logic

This is the first of a series of posts I will publish to aid you in understanding logic and prepare you to “argue biblically.’ In order to have a rational discussion or debate, you must be willing to agree to a certain set of ground rules, i.e., rules of engagement. This is self-evident; it’s why […]

Have You Lost Your First Love?

You can listen to my teaching, “Have You Lost Your First Love?” in the player below. This was presented at Berean Baptist Church, Sunday July 25, 2010. If the player is not working or you would like to download the teaching, use the link below. Have You Lost Your First Love?

Ephesians 2:8-9

Ephesians 2:8-9, For by grace are ye saved through faith, and that not of yourselves it is the gift of God, not of works, lest any man should boast. Praise God for that! Hallelujah, Amen! I could stop right there, but I won’t. 🙂 This verse is packed with implications for your theology. Soteriology is […]

Evangelizing the “Church of Christ”

On two separate days in a row, I had the opportunity to evangelize a person who attended the “Church of Christ.” I experienced two completely opposite reactions. This intrigued me, and I was glad for the boldness that God provided, because it offered a graceful surprise in my life.

Presuppose no apology for presuppositional apologetics.

As the title depicts, I do not intend to tell you I’m sorry for practicing what is commonly called presuppositional apologetics. I am going to instead try to provide a working definition of this term, an explanation of its use and prove as well that all men actually employ a form of it. This has been done by several others better than I, but in my effort to write prolifically, I’ve found that most topics have already been written about! Thus, I’m destined to repeat subject matter.