Accepting/Rejecting Calvinism (Pt. 11: Molinism Defended)

I'm not surprised, but my last post (on Molinism) received far more push back than usual. This is good and normal when discussing Molinism. It's controversial and confusing (I have yet to meet someone who seemed to have a firm grasp of what Molinism actually proposes on their first try -- I'm still trying to … Continue reading Accepting/Rejecting Calvinism (Pt. 11: Molinism Defended)

Accepting/Rejecting Calvinism (Pt. 8: An Apologetic for Apologetics)

This is a sermon I preached at my church last summer. In it, I offer an apologetic for apologetics. By that, I mean that I try to give a Biblical case for the value of apologetics. A Reason for Hope: An Introduction to Apologetics Intro Why do you believe God exists? Has anyone ever asked … Continue reading Accepting/Rejecting Calvinism (Pt. 8: An Apologetic for Apologetics)

Accepting/Rejecting Calvinism (Pt. 7b: WLC and the Problem of Evil)

William Lane Craig In my last post I talked about how my apologetic answers were coming up short. Then my friend showed me a video of William Lane Craig, and after a while I finally decided to check out his website, Reasonable Faith. I remember that night so clearly. It was, without a doubt, one … Continue reading Accepting/Rejecting Calvinism (Pt. 7b: WLC and the Problem of Evil)

Accepting/Rejecting Calvinism (Pt. 7a: William Lane Craig)

Intro It was freshman year, near the end of the Fall semester, I was wrestling with the problem of evil, but I wasn't able to make any headway. Then, one day, my roommate, Tony, quite randomly showed me a video of a Christian apologist named William Lane Craig, and he was answering random objections to … Continue reading Accepting/Rejecting Calvinism (Pt. 7a: William Lane Craig)