Saturday, October 28, 2006

This Week's Narrow Mind

Guest for next week's The Narrow Mind (Oct. 30-Nov. 3) are as follows:

Monday - R. Scott Clark "Covenant, Justification and Pastoral Ministry"
Tuesday - James Kime "New Covenant Theology and Israel"
Wednesday - Christopher Hallquist "Christianity and Atheism"
Thursday - Jason Robertson and Scott Hill "Covenant Theology"
Friday - Jay Walker "His Return to The Narrow Mind"

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14 comments:

  1. Ha! They're going to have Christopher Hallquist on the show? I'd like to see that. He's not exactly the sharpest tool in the shed. I responded to him here and here regarding his critique of Dr. Craig's book.

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  2. mr. fudge round10/28/2006 11:54 AM

    My tool shed had one irony meter, and you just broke it.

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  3. :::YAWN!!!:::

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  4. Hahah! Jay Walker. My favourite atheist intellectual.

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  5. btw, you might happen to find this a bit interesting.

    http://consolatione.blogspot.com/2006/10/brian-sapient-runs-from-debate.html

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  6. Jim,

    Will Bert Runberklerstein be calling in again? I heard you knew him. ;-)

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  7. Heh - he may return. I'm sure he's been busy admiring his newly grown, God-given hair and his new shapely body (women like him now, contrary to what Jay Walker said). The miracles that we see, I'll tell ya.

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  8. Bert is back?????
    That was toooooo crazy,
    I never laughed like I did, compared to the discomfiter,
    That was out of control

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  9. I was curious. Does the Bible have to be inerrant for TAG and presuppositionalism to work? And related to this question: My ESV or NIV or whatever is not inerrant. Neither is my Greek Nestle/Aland Greek text or my Hebrew Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia text. How does this affect the TAGers argument?

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  10. anon,

    So far as I can tell, the TAG has little to do with inerrancy. Ralph Walker wrote a pretty solid formulation of the transcendental argument against physicalism in Objections to Physicalism, Robinson 1993, pp. 61-80.

    You could use the TAG, for example, and be a Deist or Muslim or etc., so far as I can tell. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

    Furthermore, PS is an apologetic method that is 99.9% Christian, but I see no reason that Muslims and other worldviews couldn't advocate it as well -- claim that their own worldview "accounts for" everything, and nothing else does, and that by impossibility of the contrary, their own worldview is true, etc., etc.

    I suppose PS doesn't even have to be a religious method. It could just be a general defense of any worldview/philosophical system, I would think.

    Of course, I think it's a poor method, but nonetheless...

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  11. Dan Morgan. You are wrong. Read earlier responses to John Johnson's articles.

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  12. I presume the show with the Discomfiter is NOT the rerun of his previous appearance? If so, then John W. Loftus ought to call-in on the show too and help his number one disciple. Booyeah!

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  13. Frank, this is not a rerun. Jay Walker made a appearance on Friday's edition of The Narrow Mind. He supposedly has some new arguments...perhaps better than the "funk in my shoe" one, which btw has be taken care of.

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  14. Jeff,

    Care to provide a link, or a summary?

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