The Apologetics of Cornelius Van Til

January 1, 2006  |  Joe Boot
Joe Boot speaks on the apologetic methodology and history of philosopher and scholar Cornelius Van Til
Reasons for Our Hope

Reasons for Our Hope

April 5, 2005  |  Joe Boot

Apologetics is synonymous with evangelism, inseparable from it, and an essential tool for anyone who wants to reach today's generation for Christ.

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.

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?

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.

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