Presuppositional or New Historiographical?

***1/26/2020– I want to make a special note related to this article. I was tasked to write an article on Carl F. H. Henry’s view of presuppositional apologetics. At one time I would have embraced elements of this presuppositional approach, but after further research and reflection I have returned to my Reformed Classical Apologetics approach … More Presuppositional or New Historiographical?

Know Your Evangelical Roots: Carl F. H. Henry and Kenneth Kantzer

Who are these evangelicals? What do they believe? Where did they come from? These types of questions seem to dominate much of the literature in theological studies. I want to help answer these questions and more by providing links to a series of lectures at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School by Dr. Carl F. H. Henry … More Know Your Evangelical Roots: Carl F. H. Henry and Kenneth Kantzer

Carl F. H. Henry: The Bible as Propositional Revelation

Carl F. H. Henry claims: The controversy between Protestant orthodoxy and neoorthodoxy focused with special intensity on the issue of the propositional or nonpropositional character of divine disclosure, that is, on whether God’s revelation is rational and objectively true, or whether God’s revelation is noncognitively life-transforming. This has caused some present-day evangelicals and non-evangelicals to ask: … More Carl F. H. Henry: The Bible as Propositional Revelation

Kevin J. Vanhoozer’s Book: Biblical Authority After Babel

Biblical Authority After Babel: Retrieving the Solas in the Spirit of Mere Protestant Christianity. By Kevin J. Vanhoozer. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2016, vii + 269 pp., $21.99. See the note at the end of the article about the later publication of this article.  Does the Reformation, and sola scriptura in particular, unleash interpretive anarchy upon the … More Kevin J. Vanhoozer’s Book: Biblical Authority After Babel