Month

June 2009

The Importance of Catechesis

Several years before arriving at reformed convictions, I thought catechetical instruction was some peculiar phenomenon that only Roman Catholics and Lutherans did.  It seemed to me like a strange pseudo-brainwashing activity that was a holdover from years past.  But after becoming reformed I started to see the absolute importance of catechetical instruction.  It became evident to me after reflecting upon my college experience....
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A Comparison of Rahnerian to Reformed Apologetics

Christ the Center discusses the theology of the influential Roman Catholic Karl Rahner.  Rahner’s theology is a composite of Kantian, Hegelian and Heideggerian philosophies.  The panel discusses these philosophic influences and compares Rahner’s approach to apologetics with a Reformed approach –...
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