Category Archives: Apologetics

God and Natural Disasters

Let us consider an instance of antithesis. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716) once wrote a book-length treatise entitled Theodicy (1709) which contains his treatment of the problem of evil. The gist of Leibniz’ argument is as follows: God in his infinite … Continue reading

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Insight into John Frame’s Approach to Epistemological “Perspectives”

I typically never post anything like this, but I have reserved this page apart from Hellenistic Christendom for thoughts on apologetics, philosophy, and theology. Though I have never really expressed this view in writing, those thinkers which follow the Van … Continue reading

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