Douglas Groothuis

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The problem of evil poses a formidable challenge to the rationality of the Christian worldview. I have argued elsewhere that these challenges can be overcome given (1) the overall strength of Christian theism—given a cumulative case argument—and (2) the logical inadequacies of alternative worldviews to explain good and evil. Here, I take up another side […]

Douglas Groothuis
Wednesday, October 14th 2020

God’s revealed truth can be attacked outright by those who deny cardinal biblical doctrines on the basis of supposedly new revelations or through spurious skeptical arguments against the supernatural. The most insidious challenges to Christian orthodoxy, however, often insinuate themselves into the fabric of culture so that their presence subtly undermines crucial Christian perspectives on […]

Douglas Groothuis
Tuesday, July 31st 2007

TV Guide published a short manifesto-actually, an advertisement by ABC-on the goodness of television, just in case anyone doubted it. For years the pundits, moralists and self-righteous, self-appointed preservers of our culture have told us that television is bad. They’ve stood high on their soapbox and looked condescendingly on our innocuous pleasure….Well, television is not […]

Douglas Groothuis
Tuesday, June 12th 2007

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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