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...
What Your Professors Won’t Tell You

What Your Professors Won’t Tell You

Many in the academic profession hide behind the myth of neutrality. Dr. Bahnsen exposes this myth and demonstrates the impossibility of neutrality in our thinking, laying bare the unbelieving college professor’s “dirty little secret”: non-Christian...
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...
Reasoning with Unbelievers

Reasoning with Unbelievers

Learn why Christians should argue or provide reasons for the Christian faith and what the proper or biblical method of reasoning is. 01 — Should We Reason with Unbelievers? (1 of 3) 02 — How Should We Reason? Part 1 (2 of 3) 03 — How Should We Reason? Part 2 (3 of...
Difficult Doctrines

Difficult Doctrines

The inspired teaching of the Bible includes some things which are hard to understand and sometimes difficult for people to accept. Nevertheless, we are not at liberty to ignore them or rationalize them or outright reject them-even though our modern theology and the...