The Place of Evidence in Apologetics

The Place of Evidence in Apologetics

Presuppositionalists are often misrepresented as not believing in the use of factual evidence in apologetics. Nothing could be further from the truth. All facts are evidence of Christian theism, but do the “facts speak for themselves?” These lectures...
A Biblical Introduction to Apologetics

A Biblical Introduction to Apologetics

This is an easy, clear and Scriptural guide for the presuppositional method of defending the faith for the general audience. This course includes a survey of different kinds of worldviews, from secular to religious, and how to refute each. 01 — Foundations I (1 of 31)...
Taking it to the Streets: Defending the Faith

Taking it to the Streets: Defending the Faith

Apologetics is useless if it is only a great theory discussed by scholars. Dr. Bahnsen demonstrates how all believers-including you-are able to defend the faith “outside the classroom” in response to any person who challenges the truth of Scripture. 01 —...
Peter’s Apologetic

Peter’s Apologetic

Here are four great sermons (taken from Dr. Bahnsen’s series on 1 Peter) based on the key New Testament text which calls for all believers to defend the faith. Peter was only a fisherman, yet he could give a reasoned answer to any man who offered a challenge to...
The Bahnsen-Sproul Debate

The Bahnsen-Sproul Debate

A friendly debate between two Reformed scholars at Reformed Seminary in Jackson, MS. This series explores the differences between classical and presuppositional apologetic methods. The first two lectures are the debate itself. The last two (216 parts a and b) are a...