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Reformed discourse for today's confessional theologian.
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Dan Ragusa speaks about Herman Bavinck's Trinitarian theology and its implications for apologetics.
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Can the theology of Thomas Aquinas serve as a foundation for Reformed apologetics? Scott Oliphint argues it cannot. https://buff.ly/2grhkjQ
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Theology Simply Profound reflects upon the progress of the Gospel through the ministry of Barnabas and Paul throughout Asia-Minor in Acts 14.
Confidence in the Gospel
Confidence in the Gospel
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Scott Oliphint spoke at our theology conference on The Problem of Thomistic Foundations for Apologetics https://buff.ly/2x0eKUW
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Catch up on Theology Simply Profound: Barnabas and Saul
Barnabas and Saul
Barnabas and Saul
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Dan Ragusa helps us consider the relationship between God's sovereignty and man's freedom.
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Are God's sovereignty and man's freedom in competition with one another? Dan Ragusa explores this important question. https://buff.ly/2wVOoTQ
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What did the Reformation have to do with the discipline of apologetics? Everything.
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Christ the Center recorded live at our 2017 Theology Conference. Listen to the discussion on Apologetics and the Five Solas.
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Couldn't make the VIP dinner at our conference? You can still listen to Jeff Waddington's lecture on Van Til and the archetype/ectype distinction. https://buff.ly/2yhKdTW
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