Archive for the ‘Reformed Forum’ Category

This past weekend there was a Theology Conference hosted by Reformed Forum and this year the subject is on the Reformation of Apologetics which focuses a lot on how Reformed Theology shapes apologetics’ methodology and Presuppositional apologetics.

Here’s a description of the conference from their website:


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Here are links related to Presuppositional apologetics that was online from March 1

1.) God must be back of everything

2.) Why You Should Believe Atheism is Impossible

3.) Postmodern Poem




6.) Stinkin’ Thinkin’: No absolutes and math?

7.) Video: What’s Your Worldview? By James Anderson at Ligonier 2016 National Conference

8.) Reformed Forum Interview: Christian-Theistic Evidences


Miss our previous round up?  Here’s a link to a friend’s reblog of the last round up!

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camden buceyIf you listen to Reformed Forum Podcast you will be familiar with the name Camden Bucey who is the President of Reformed Forum and currently a Pastor at Hope OPC.  He also has an Master of Divinity and a doctorate in Systematic Theology from Westminster Theological Seminary.

Dr. Bucey has taught a series on Presuppositional apologetics last year.  The audio recording of those messages has been made available on the church website and are reproduced below.  Click on them to download the MP3s.

1.) Introduction to Defending the Faith

2.) Worldviews and Philosophy According to Christ


4.) Revelation

5.) Who and What is Man?

6.) The Antithesis

7.) Common Grace

8.) Presuppositions

9.) Apologetic Method

10.) Strategies and Tactics

11.) Proof and Evidences

12.) Review and Examples


Thanks to Jeff Downs for pointing these out to us!

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The Reformed Forum have recently completed a show on the Insider Movement that is really into a form of “Contextualization” that is dangerous in subverting the Gospel presentation itself.  You can access the show by clicking HERE.  They have also given linked to resources provided by those being interviewed such as this article on the Insider’s Movement’s heremeneutics by David Garner and a documentary titled “Half Devil Half Child” which website can be accessed here.  On their website they provided further links as resources on this topic:

Idolatry in the Modern Missions Movement
by Mark Stephan

Position Paper on the Insider Movement
by Georges Houssney

Alignment and Balance: A Biblical Basis for Missions
by Basil Grafas

Insider Movements: An Evangelical Assessment
by Basil Grafas The “Insider Movement”: A Brief Overview and Analysis
by Khalil Ullah

The Emergence of Insider Movements
by Bill Nikides

Boulder In The Pond: Finally Stepping Up To the Threat of Insider Movements
by Bill Nikides

Insider Movements: Honoring God-Given Identity and Community (PDF)
by Rebecca Lewis

The Integrity of the Gospel and Insider Movements (PDF)
by Rebecca Lewis

Promoting Movements to Christ within Natural Communities (PDF)
by Rebecca Lewis

Messianic Muslim Followers of Isa: A Closer Look at C5 Believes and Congretations
by John Travis

Followers ofJesus (Isa) in Islamic Mosques (PDF)
by Timothy C. Tennent

A Humble Appeal to C5/Insider Movement Muslim Ministry Advocates to Consider Ten Questions (with responses from Brother Yusuf, Rick Brown, Kevin Higgins, Rebecca Lewis and John Travis
by Gary Corwin


Stop Supporting Wycliffe’s Current Bible Translation for Muslims, PCA Advises Churches
by Jeremy Weber (Christianity Today)

Father and Son Terminology- Inspired or Superfluous?
by Adam Simonwitz

Jumping the Sinking Wycliffe Ship: Why Theology Matters
by David Irvine

Muslim Idiom Bible Translations: Claims and Facts
by Rick Brown

Brief Response to Rick Brown’s “Breif Analysis of Filial and Paternal Terms in the Bible”
by Michael Marlowe


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The folks over at Reformed Forum has an audio podcast review of the Documentary “Collision”

It can be heard here

The documentary itself covers Presuppositionalist (of the Van Tillian presuasion) Doug Wilson and his interaction with atheist Christopher Hitchens

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