Apologetics from Colbert

Can you learn to do Van Tillian apologetics from watching The Colbert Report?

(HT: Reformed Forum)

SC got a lot of great one liners in, including a terrific set up for his last line. Though the entire show is on the chin, it was also a profound demonstration that something ≠ nothing. Further, the way Krauss was willing to speak in hushed/awed tones of “what we now know from quantum mechanics,” it is easy to see everyone worships something (and has presuppositions to boot).

Who was Van Til?

Here’s an old post from my old blog on Van Til’s ideas, with several quotes and pictured charts (though apologies in that it is hard to read):
A Van Til in the Hand is Worth A Kant and Hume in the Bush

Merry Christmas from the Lunds

Merry Christmas! May you know God’s peace on earth and His goodwill through His Son, Jesus Christ, this Christmas time.

Since we cannot be there to give you a gift in person, hopefully you’ll receive these dance routines we worked up. Click the picture to watch the short video. (offsite)


One of my favorite songs for Christmas time: Tchesnokoff “Salvation is Created”

It wouldn’t be complete without Calvin & Hobbes snowmen

Nativity
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Thirsty in the EU

Aside

Ukip MEP Paul Nuttall said the ruling made the “bendy banana law” look “positively sane”.

He said: “I had to read this four or five times before I believed it. It is a perfect example of what Brussels does best. Spend three years, with 20 separate pieces of correspondence before summoning 21 professors to Parma where they decide with great solemnity that drinking water cannot be sold as a way to combat dehydration.