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Beauty and Reality

Beauty and Reality

This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series Doxology: A Theology of God's Beauty You can read more posts from the series by using the Contents in the right sidebar.

Beauty has made a comeback. After years of being relegated by intellectual elites to the junkyard of old and outdated concepts, it is now popping up everywhere. The terminology of beauty is, strangely enough, now heard often in scientific and mathematical discourse, speaking of the beauty of mathematical models or theorems, the elegance of “nature’s… Continue Reading

Beauty and Christianity’s Primary Endeavors

Beauty and Christianity’s Primary Endeavors

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Doxology: A Theology of God's Beauty You can read more posts from the series by using the Contents in the right sidebar.

Once we understand that beauty is close to glory in meaning, we will without any difficulty find beauty at the heart of many Christian endeavors. The most obvious is worship. Worship is the act of returning to God affections corresponding to His beauty. Psalm 29:1-2 captures this: “Give unto the LORD, O you mighty ones,… Continue Reading

David Limbaugh, the Presuppositional Apologist?

David Limbaugh, the Presuppositional Apologist?

I was listening to my Rush Limbaugh podcast yesterday, and interestingly he was interviewing his brother, David, about his new book, Jesus on Trial: A Lawyer Affirms the Truth of the Gospel, which is an apologetic for Christianity. What was particularly intriguing was that, along with standard evidential arguments he presents in the book, Limbaugh’s… Continue Reading

Presuppositional Apologetics and Sound Parenting?

Presuppositional Apologetics and Sound Parenting?

Mark Snoeberger has some interesting thoughts for parenting: One of the more surprising sources of parental advice that I have received came to me a few years ago in the form of a recorded lecture by Greg Bahnsen—a lecture in which he detailed the process of “becoming a philosopher.” Read the whole thing. Continue Reading