Scripturalism and Analytic Philosophy

According to the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), the school of analytic philosophy originated at the beginning of the 20th century as G.E. Moore and Bertrand Russell broke away from the tradition of Absolute Idealism and instead advocated a kind of Platonic Realism that was expressed in terms of “propositions” […]

How Does Man Know God?

By Gordon Clark   This lecture was originally published by the Trinity Foundation as How Does Man Know God?   The subject of this afternoon’s lecture is “How We Know” or perhaps, “How We Know God.” The basic question in the philosophy of religion is, How can we know God? […]

Phil Johnson and the Law of Contradiction

I came across a good article by Phil Johnson called the Law of Contradiction.  I do not agree with the great Phil Johnson on everything, but I think this material is highly beneficial.  I also believe that John MacArthur holds very similar, if not identical, views. In introduction, he writes: […]

Sawing Lessons: Kierkegaard’s Concluding Unscientific Postscript

Sawing Lessons “In the great forests of North Dakota, there lived a rough old sawyer named Dawkins.  In his early years, Dawkins dominated the region with his woodcutting abilities; able to produce as much sawn wood as any ten sawyers in the region combined.  As he grew older, he took […]