Challenge to Unbelief

Challenge to Unbelief

In apologetics, Christians are too often “on the defensive.” Dr. Bahnsen shows that believers need to take the offensive (without being offensive) against those who object to the truth of Christianity. He explains that this involves understanding their...
The Apologetic Implications of Self-Deception

The Apologetic Implications of Self-Deception

Based on Dr. Bahnsen’s doctoral dissertation, these lectures explore the important subject of self-deception and the nature of unbelief. How can the unbeliever both know and not know God? This is an important contribution to the field of apologetic study. 01 —...
The Great Debate (Bahnsen vs. Stein)

The Great Debate (Bahnsen vs. Stein)

“The Great Debate: Does God Exist?” was a formal debate between Dr. Bahnsen and Dr. Gordon S. Stein, held at the University of California (Irvine) in 1985. As time passes, it is important that we continue to introduce people (especially young people) to...
The Debate that Never Was

The Debate that Never Was

Dr. Bahnsen and atheist scholar Dr. Michael Martin were scheduled to debate the truth of Christian theism at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN. Two weeks before the scheduled debate, citing his opposition to having the debate recorded for public distribution, Dr. Martin...