Posts Tagged ‘vern poythress’

Vern Poythress. Christian Interpretations of Genesis 1.  Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, September 20th, 2013. 32 pp.

4 out of 5

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This is another work in the “Christian Answers to Hard Questions” series published by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing.  Here the author Vern Poythress looks at how Christians should interpret the first chapter of Genesis.  Although the author is a New Testament professor I think Poythress is more than capable to write on this subject given his expertise in hermeneutics, linguistics, science and theology.



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Vern Poythress

It’s great to see the teaching of the Christian worldview going worldwide.  Dr. Vern Poythress recently taught in Taiwan on the topic of Why the Beginning is Important.  He has a translator who communicates his teaching into Mandarian.  Enjoy!

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Vern Poythress

This is a lecture that Dr. Vern Poythress, professor at Westminster Theological Seminary.  It was delivered on April 8th, 2013 for a conference, called “Pensmore Dialogues on Science and Faith.”  It took place at the Patrick Henry College.  Dr. Poythress spoke for the second session and the title of his lecture is “Why the Beginning is Important and Why People Fight about it


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logic poythress

Nearly 20 years ago Vern Poythress wrote an important essay published by the Westminster Theological Journal titled REFORMING ONTOLOGY AND LOGIC IN THE LIGHT OF THE TRINITY: AN APPLICATION OF VAN TIL’S IDEA OF ANALOGY.

This year Crossway published a 700 page book by Poythress on a Christian view of logic!

This past weekend, Poythress has made it available for free on their website.

You can access it as a PDF download by clicking HERE.

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Wow, Vern Poythress has done it again this year!  Another free book that he has written that he has made available online for free on PDF!  We are thankful for this Christian apologist, theologian and philosopher!


For your copy, click HERE.

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