Here we have another oldie but a goodie. In this recording Dr. Letis discusses a brief history of the Greek and Latin Bible, Bible Landlords, and the rise of the English Standard Version. Take a listen.
The annual Ligonier State of Theology survey was recently released. You can find the whole report here. As with last years, things are getting worse in major sectors of Christian theology and Christian orthodoxy in America. The survey concludes with the following words, “The 2022 State of Theology survey reveals that Americans increasingly reject theContinue reading “2022 State of Theology Survey”
What happens if we broaden Mark Ward’s “False Friends” rhetoric and apply it to the richness of the Great Tradition of the West? Let’s take a look at some of the great literary works of the West and see if Ward’s rhetoric would apply. Below are random selections from a randomly chosen page in theirContinue reading “Mark Ward, False Friends, and a Plea to Undo the Renaissance”
Hey all. I wanted to give an update to my debate preparations. I’ve had a half a dozen or so men from different stripes and perspectives reading and refining my arguments. I really appreciate all their help to this point. The arguments I have constructed for the debate have not been used anywhere in ourContinue reading “Debate Update”
With the school year in full swing I had the opportunity to go down to Virginia Tech and have conversations with students about whether truth exists. In six years of doing this today is the first time a student unequivocally rejected collective survival of the fittest. Darwin claimed that an organism could survive in twoContinue reading “Apologetics at Virginia Tech”
So we made it…again. I have to say that the second time around just isn’t the same. I have to admit, the glow is wearing off. That said, this time we get a longer and more thorough treatment. Yesterday we found out that we are committing those scary category errors and arguing like Muslims. InContinue reading “We Made It (Part Duex)”
We made it. I mean it’s not like we debated Bart Ehrman or like we debated in a South African Mosque, but we made it. On September 8th, James White spoke of our work here. I mean this is like a dream. I’ve always wanted to be on Dr. White’s Dividing Line. I mean, itsContinue reading “We Made It To The Dividing Line”