Lecture (EICC Seminars)

The Problem of Evil

September 19, 2008  |  Joe Boot

Can we have a God who is wholly good and all-powerful, and yet allows evil to exist?

Lecture (EICC Seminars)

Origins and Destiny

January 1, 2005  |  Joe Boot

If the events of the past are not directed by a personal God, then history is meaningless.

Gospel Net in the Sea of Faith

January 1, 2005  |  Joe Boot
Holding to the authority of Christ and Scripture, we preserve the integrity of the gospel in evangelism and apologetics

Hold the Line on Biblical Authority

January 1, 2005  |  Joe Boot
Christians need to maintain a high view of Scripture in order to be able to properly defend and present a consistent Gospel message in our culture.

The Book of Origins

January 1, 2005  |  Joe Boot
This lecture explores the importance of Genesis and origins for the Christian worldview.
Scripture: Genesis 1

The Uniqueness of God as Trinity Part 2

January 1, 2005  |  L.T. Jeyachandran

The doctrine of the trinity is central to the defense of the faith.

The Cradle, the Grave and the Glory

January 1, 2005  |  Joe Boot

People fail to understand Christmas because they fail to connect the cradle of Christ with His death and resurrection.

Wise as Serpents, Gentle as Doves

January 1, 2005  |  Joe Boot

A Christian apologist gives a defense, a rational justification of the Christian faith.

A Time to Search

January 1, 2005  |  Joe Boot
When the God of the Bible is the beginning and end, our time takes on significance, meaning, and purpose.

The Apologetics of St. Augustine

January 1, 2005  |  Joe Boot
Resisting the influences of pagan philosophies, Augustine set forth an apologetic based on the supreme authority of God's self-revelation in Scripture