When time permits, I have been writing on the subject of apologetic theology and methodology (see previous articles HERE, HERE, and HERE). As I have done so, it has been my desire to interact with any challenges offering serious critiques of my position, particularly those from the classical apologetic camp.
Earlier this year, I was directed to a four-part series of posts critical of presuppositionalism written by a fellow named Adam Tucker who is the Ratio Christi campus chapter director at UNC Greensboro. The four posts were originally one paper Adam presented at the 2013 conference for the International Society of Christian Apologetics. All four articles are linked from HERE.
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