Biblical Epistemology

Do All Things Wholly Depend upon the Triune God for their Existence? (Epistemology, Part 8)

Do All Things Wholly Depend upon the Triune God for their Existence? The fifth tenet of a sound biblical epistemology is that all things wholly depend upon the Triune God for their entire existence (See previous posts on Biblical Epistemology at…
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Does the Triune God Work All Things According to His Will? (Epistemology, Part 7)

Does the Triune God work all things according to His Will? The fourth tenet of a biblical epistemology is that the Triune God works all things according to His Will as the Omniscient, Absolute Sovereign (See previous posts on Biblical Epistemology…
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Did the Triune God Create All Things? (Epistemology, Part 6)

The third epistemological tenet is that the Triune God created all things (See previous posts on Biblical Epistemology at http://nct-blog.ptsco.org/category/biblical-epistemology-series/). The opening verse of Genesis confirms this great truth: “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth” (Gen….
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Does God’s Word Self-Authenticate Itself? (Epistemology, Part 5)

The second tenet of a biblical epistemology is that the Bible is the infallible, inerrant, sufficient and authoritative Word of God. 2 Timothy 3:16 declares: “All scripture is given by inspiration of God.” In other words, God “secured an infallible…
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Must God Be Self-Explanatory? (Epistemology, Part 4)

The Bible sets forth a distinct epistemological framework which overwhelmingly validates the presuppositional apologetic method. In this particular section, I will attempt to explicate in detail the fundamental tenets of a sound biblical epistemology. The starting point of a biblical…
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The Fundamental Presupposition of Biblical Christianity (Epistemology, Pt. 3)

Prior to identifying the principium of biblical Christianity, a definition of this term is in order. Principium is a Latin neuter singular noun that simply means principle. Similarly, Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary defines principium as “fundamental principle.”[1] In terms of epistemology, S….
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The Three Most Important Questions of Human Existence (Biblical Epistemology, Pt. 2)

Three questions supersede all others in terms of importance and significance. These questions confront each and every member of humanity. Why are these questions of the utmost importance? Because answers to these questions are of an eternal significance. S. Lewis…
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“How Do We Know What We Know?” (Biblical Epistemology, Pt. 1)

Biblically speaking, what are apologetics? How should a true follower of the Lord Jesus Christ define such a term? The word apologetics is derived from the Greek word ἀπολογία (apologia), and it simply means defense, answer, or reply.[1] Of what…
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