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Pushing the Antithesis: The Apologetic Methodology of Greg L. Bahnsen Hardcover – March 1, 2007
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Chapter 1: The Myth of Neutrality
Chapter 2: Destroying Philosophical Fortresses
Chapter 3: Defining Worldviews
Chapter 4: Worldview Features
Chapter 5: Alternative Worldviews
Chapter 6: Worldviews in Collision
Chapter 7: Overcoming Metaphysical Bias
Chapter 8: Approaching the Unbeliever
Chapter 9: The Problem of Moral Absolutes
Chapter 10: The Uniformity of Nature
Chapter 11: The Problem of Universals
Chapter 12: Personal Freedom and Dignity
Each of these present a key piece of why Christianity is apologetically invulnerable. Only Christianity can provide for moral absolutes, the uniformity of nature, the reconciliation between universals and particulars, and human freedom and dignity. These concepts come into critical play once one sees that all worldviews must explain them. And everyone---everyone---has a worldview trying to explain these things. They may prefer certain methods to prove their positions, but ultimately, these are shown to be chosen only to confirm what the worldview is already presupposing at a metaphysical level.
While I came into Bahnsen by way of his debates and then his lectures, I believe this book is the best way to learn the heart of what he taught. The book is of inestimable value if you’ve never really studied worldview, if you’re curious about Reformed apologetics, or if you are interested in Bahnsen himself. Are there more advanced works on these subjects? Sure, but this one covers the basics perfectly.
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