Greg Bahnsen's Last Recorded Lectures

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On November 10 and 11, 1995, Dr. Greg L. Bahnsen delivered a series of three lectures on Defending the Christian Faith:

Apologetics Doesn't Mean Saying 'I'm Sorry.'" 
"Unbelievers Intellectually 'Cook the Books'" 
"Hasn't God Made Foolish the Wisdom of this World?"

In addition to the above lectures, Dr. Bahnsen took questions from the audience. Greg was to speak at a three-day Apologetics Conference on March 5-7, 1996. It was not to be. After undergoing a third aortic valve implant surgery on December 5, 1995, serious complications developed within twenty-four hours. He then became comatose for several days and died on December 11, 1995 at the age of forty-seven. His legacy lives on in his written works and lectures. This series is the last lecture series on apologetics that Greg gave.

The Presbyterian Journal said of Greg that with impressive exegetical and logical skill . . . Bahnsen has established himself as one of the very best younger theologians of our time." Moody Monthly described Greg as "a no-nonsense scholar who stretches the mind." This is a great series for those wanting to learn the principles and methods on how to defend the Christian faith.

About the SpeakerDr. Greg L. Bahnsen (1948-1995) was once described as "the man atheists fear most." He was a distinguished scholar, author, and Christian apologist. He was an ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, and the author of Theonomy in Christian EthicsNo Other Standard: Theonomy and Its Critics, and co-author with Kenneth Gentry of House Divided: The Breakup of Dispensational Theology.

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