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By AOPrinciple - Nov 18 2011
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I HAVE ONLY LISTENED TO THE LECTURE ON PRESUPPOSITIONALISM. I am listening to Dr. Nash's course on Modern Philosophy and was pleased to find this course of his on iTunes U as well. However, after listening to the lecture in which he discusses the methods of Cornelius Van Til and Gordon Clark I was completely turned off. His treatment of presuppositionalism was absolutely shameful. He mentioned Van Til's name and proceeded to characature his method very briefly and beat a straw man to death. It's my opinion that Nash's unfamiliarity with Reformed epistemology and presuppositionalism (of several kinds) disqaulifies him to teach a course on apologetics and the philosophical foundation of the Christian worldview.

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By CrackerRepublic - Sep 08 2011
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Nash was really likeable in these lectures. Once you get past the foundational stuff in the first few, it's a solid course.

iTunes Ratings

33 Ratings
Average Ratings
17
5
3
6
2

Iffy

By AOPrinciple - Nov 18 2011
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I HAVE ONLY LISTENED TO THE LECTURE ON PRESUPPOSITIONALISM. I am listening to Dr. Nash's course on Modern Philosophy and was pleased to find this course of his on iTunes U as well. However, after listening to the lecture in which he discusses the methods of Cornelius Van Til and Gordon Clark I was completely turned off. His treatment of presuppositionalism was absolutely shameful. He mentioned Van Til's name and proceeded to characature his method very briefly and beat a straw man to death. It's my opinion that Nash's unfamiliarity with Reformed epistemology and presuppositionalism (of several kinds) disqaulifies him to teach a course on apologetics and the philosophical foundation of the Christian worldview.

Good.

By CrackerRepublic - Sep 08 2011
Read more
Nash was really likeable in these lectures. Once you get past the foundational stuff in the first few, it's a solid course.
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Christian Apologetics

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Rank #1: Arguments for the Existence of God - 01

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Rank #2: Presuppositionalism

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Rank #3: Christianity and History

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Rank #4: Arguments for the Existence of God - 02

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Rank #5: Arguments for the Existence of God - 03

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Rank #6: Foundationalism and Evidentialism - 02

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Rank #7: Arguments from Religious Experience

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Rank #8: Essential and Non-Essential Properties

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Rank #9: Challenges to Christian History and Methodologies

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Rank #10: Foundationalism and Evidentialism - 01

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