A Powerful Apologetic Method: ABDUCTIVE Reasoning!

"What in the world is 'Abductive Reasoing'?" Well, abductive reasoning is employed by crime scene detectives, car mechanics, and your medical doctor.  Abductive reasoning is when you look at all the known facts, and seek to form the best explanation to explain the data.  Abductive reasoning seeks to find the "inference to the best explanation" for the known facts.   

This is a vital way of thinking and investigating that all serious Christians should be engaged in....

 - Pastor J. 

TRUTH: Does It Correspond To Reality? - Pt.4

"Reason To Believe" - Video Apologetics Class

Lesson #4

(pt.4 of 4)

 Does Truth exist?  Even if it does, can we know it?  Are we in the dark epistemologically like Immanuel Kant said that we are?  Should we be intellectual skeptics as David Hume told us we should be?

To address these and many other questions, here is Lesson #3 of our "Reason To Believe"  Video Apologetics Class.  

Here we will begin to discuss the all important question of truth, and whether it can be known at all.  We will be examining the claims of Relativism, Agnosticism, Skepticism, and Postmodernism, and see what they claim to be the truth about truth.

I encourage you to tune in for all four parts of this lesson, and see if the Theory of Truth that you believe is logically consistent and coherent, or if perhaps it should be exchanged in favor of another approach.

- Pastor J.

"Can We Truly Know Truth?" - Pt.3

"Reason To Believe" - Video Apologetics Class

Lesson #3

(pt.3 of 4)

Does Truth exist?  Even if it does, can we know it?  Are we in the dark epistemologically like Immanuel Kant said that we are?  Should we be intellectual skeptics as David Hume told us we should be?

To address these and many other questions, here is Lesson #3 of our "Reason To Believe"  Video Apologetics Class.  

Here we will begin to discuss the all important question of truth, and whether it can be known at all.  We will be examining the claims of Relativism, Agnosticism, Skepticism, and Postmodernism, and see what they claim to be the truth about truth.

I encourage you to tune in for all four parts of this lesson, and see if the Theory of Truth that you believe is logically consistent and coherent, or if perhaps it should be exchanged in favor of another approach.

- Pastor J.

"TRUTH: It's All Relative!?!" - Pt.2

Is it impossible to know "Absolute Truth"?

Lesson #3 - RTB Video Apologetics Class

(pt.2 of 4)

 Does Truth exist?  Even if it does, can we know it?  Are we in the dark like Immanuel Kant said that we are?  Should we be absolutely skeptical as David Hume told us we should be?

This is Lesson #3 of our "Reason To Believe" Video Apologetics Class.

 Here we will begin to discuss the all important question of truth, and whether it can be known at all.  We will be examining the claims of Relativism, Agnosticism, Skepticism, and Postmodernism, and see what they claim to be the truth about truth. I encourage you to tune in for all four parts of this lesson, and see if theTheory of Truth that you believe is logically consistent and coherent, or if perhaps it should be exchanged in favor of another approach.

- Pastor J. 

"Does Truth Exist - Is It Knowable?" - Pt.1

Can we even know what the Truth about Reality is?

Lesson #3 - RTB Video Apologetics Class

(pt.1 of 4)

Does Truth exist?  Even if it does, can we know it?  Are we in the dark like Immanuel Kant said that we are?  Should we be absolutely skeptical as David Hume told us we should be?

This is Lesson #3 of our "Reason To Believe" Video Apologetics Class.  Here we will begin to discuss the all important question of truth, and whether it can be known at all.  We will be examining the claims of Relativism, Agnosticism, Skepticism, and Postmodernism, and see what they claim to be the truth about truth. I encourage you to tune in for all four parts of this lesson, and see if theTheory of Truth that you believe is logically consistent and coherent, or if perhaps it should be exchanged in favor of another approach.

- Pastor J.