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Natural Theology and the Effects of Sin

Lane Tipton, Ryan Noha, Rob McKenzie, and Camden Bucey pull up to a table for the first podcast recording at the new Reformed Forum headquarters in Libertyville, Illinois. We discuss the new facility, the new course we recording in our Fellowship in Reformed Apologetics, and the current interest in natural theology.

For those watching the video, one of the cameras ceased recording after a few minutes. This led to a lack of visual coverage for Ryan and Lane and cinematography reminiscent of that capturing Dr. Claw in Inspector Gadget.

Chapters

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 02:39 The New Reformed Forum HQ
  • 13:46 Van Til’s Doctrine of Natural Theology
  • 24:22 The Current Interest in Natural Theology
  • 31:53 Natural Arguments in the Public Square
  • 36:55 Natural Theology and the Doctrine of Sin
  • 41:41 The Need for a Renewed Calvinist Militancy
  • 48:31 Conclusion

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