This curriculum discusses the Biblical view of reality, knowledge, and ethics, and shows how the Bible offers the only alternative to the self-defeating philosophies of unbelief.
A systematic introduction to the works of Dr. Cornelius Van Til is also provided. This course will be most useful in a class taught by someone who is familiar with presuppositional apologetics.
Chris Schlect taught the rudiments of the Christian worldview at Logos School for ten years and is now a Fellow of History at New Saint Andrews College. He developed this comprehensive syllabus to introduce secondary students to important concepts for which almost nothing had been written, other than advanced college-level material.
AUTHOR: Chris Schlect
PAGE COUNT: 168 pages
PUB. DATE: June 1, 1998
Christian Worldview and Apologetics
An excellent explanation and application of "the impossibility of the contrary," or the transcendental argument for the existence of the God of the Bible. Had my daughter read and digest it for her senior thesis at Veritas Christian Acedemy. Very well done.
This book provides straight forward and easy to understand lessons on the subjects of apologetics and worldview. I bought it to teach my teenage son and preteen son apologetics, but it also gave me a better understanding of worldviews and how to analyze them. I recommend this book as a great starting point on apologetics and worldviews.
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