I earned an MA in Apologetics and a PhD in Philosophy of Religion from Southern Evangelical Seminary, and I have studied English Composition at the graduate level from Liberty University. I am Assistant Professor of English and Philosophy at South Plains College where I teach courses on English composition, philosophy, and world religions. I will be posting podcasts on philosophy, world religions, apologetics, and theology. I hope you benefit and enjoy!
This episode discusses the argument from fine-tuning, which is a design argument for God's existence that emphasizes the cosmological constants found in nature and concludes that the best explanation for these constants is a powerful, intelligent cause outside of the universe.
Like my video on cosmological arguments, this video will introduce design arguments and briefly survey three major formulations of the design argument. Arguments covered are Aquinas's Fifth Way, William Paley's Watchmaker Analogy, and the Argument from Fine-Tuning.
This episode provides an analysis of the Kalam Cosmological Argument. I explain how the argument is defended and then briefly mention some objections to the argument and how they can be answered. There is much more to this argument, but this episode provides a beginner's introduction to it.
This episode introduces and briefly explains several cosmological arguments for God's existence.
This episode discusses three theories of truth and argues that the correspondence theory of truth is the most rational theory as well as being essential to the Christian faith.
This episode discusses the three-step method of doing apologetics and gives some helpful tips to focus on while doing apologetics in an evangelism context.
This is an episode discussing Bible verses that command Christians to defend their faith and/or show Jesus and the apostles doing something like apologetics.
This is the first in a series of apologetics episodes that will explain what apologetics is and show the topics that will be covered in the rest of the series.
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