Tabor Lectures Series

Lecture 3 : Various Reformed Apologetic Methodologies (Sproul, Schaeffer, Plantinga) – Parts 1&2 ()

Dr. Phil FernandesDr. Phil Fernandes, March 28, 2007
Part of the Apologetic Methodologies Past and Present series, delivered at WRS.

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About Dr. Phil Fernandes: Phil Fernandes, Ph.D, is the president of the Institute of Biblical Defense, which he founded in 1990 to teach Christians how to defend the Christian Faith. He is also the pastor of Trinity Bible Fellowship in Bremerton, Washington. He teaches philosophy, world religions, and apologetics for King’s West High School and the Imago Dei Institute (formerly Cascade Bible College).

Dr. Fernandes has debated some of America’s leading atheists (i.e., Dr. Michael Martin of Boston University, Jeff Lowder, and Dan Barker). He has lectured and debated in defense of the Christian world view at some of America’s leading universities: Princeton, the University of Washington, Oregon State University, and the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill).

Dr. Fernandes is the author of several books: The God Who Sits Enthroned: Evidence for God’s Existence; No Other Gods: A Defense of Biblical Christianity; God, Government, and the Road to Tyranny; and Theism vs. Atheism: The Internet Debate (co-authored with Dr. Michael Martin). He has also contributed a chapter to The Big Argument: Does God Exist?, edited by John Ashton and Michael Westacott.

Over 800 of Dr. Fernandes’ sermons, lectures, and debates are available for free audio download from sermonaudio, firefighters for Christ, and his website, www.biblicaldefense.org. His sermons, lectures, and debates have been downloaded over 400,000 times in over 70 countries.

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Tags: Plantinga, Reformed Apologetic Methodologies, Schaeffer, Sproul

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