|Author:||Steven M. Schlissel|
|Title:||The Standard Bearer: A Festschrift for Greg L. Bahnsen|
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|ePUB size:||1687 kb|
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|Publisher:||Covenant Media Press; First Edition edition (March 1, 2002)|
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November marked the publication of The Standard Bearer: A Festschrift for Greg L. Bahnsen. This is a book appearing seven years too late. Tugging at the heart of each contributor is the sadness that Greg L. Bahnsen did not live to receive this as a thank-you gift from our hands. Still, we are gratified to present this volume to the Christian community in honor of Greg’s memory. And though it’s been seven years since we’ve laid Greg’s body to rest, it may only be with the appearance of this festschrift that some misunderstandings and misconceptions about Greg will also be put to rest.
Bahnsen, Greg L. honoree. com Product Description (ISBN 0967831741, Hardcover). Dr. Greg L. Bahnsen, one of the most effective Christian apologists of the 20th century, consistently underscored the abiding authority of the word of God and the requirement to apply it to all of life. In addition to apologetics, his seminal work, "Theonomy in Christian Ethics", is still challenging the church to honor all of God's word as the only perfect standard of righteousness.
Steven M. Schlissel, e. The Standard Bearer: A Festschrift for Greg L. Bahnsen (Nacogdoches: Covenant Media Press, 2002). Bahnsen, Always Ready: Directions for Defending the Faith". Robert R. Booth, ed. (Nacogdoches: Covenant Media Press, 1996). John M. Frame, Apologetics to the Glory of God: An Introduction (Phillipsburg: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1994). Frame, The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God (Phillipsburg: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1987).
Greg L. Bahnsen was one of the most effective Christian apologists and teachers of apologetics of the twentieth century. In addition to his powerful work in the area of apologetics, His seminal book, Theonomy in Christian Ethics is still challenging the church to honor all of Gods word as the only perfect standard of righteousness. We are all richer for such faithful warriors. Bearing the standard of Gods word as the only inerrant and authoritative rule by which men must live, Bahnsen stood fast and firm in a day of ethical relativism and ecclesiastical compromise. This festschrift seeks to acknowledge the enormous contribution Dr. Bahnsen made to the Christian church; a contribution that has and will continue to provide a positive influence in the kingdom of God for many, many years to come.
Presuppositional Apologetics Stated and Defended. Those further interested in Bahnsen’s personal life, character, work, and influence will find substantial and encouraging mate-rial in The Standard Bearer: A Festschrift for Greg L. 7 This important work offers a biography written by Greg’s son David, as well as essays contributed by Michael Butler, Robert Booth, Jeffrey Ventrella, and many others, all exhibiting the Van Til-Bahnsen.
The Standard Bearer: A Festschrift for Greg L. An extraordinary chapter includes Steve R. Scrivener's cogent essay contrasting and intermingling of Frame's and Van Til's apologetic while utilizing insights from Greg Bahnsen: fresh, perceptive, remarkable, stupendous, and profoundly contemplative. Scrivener makes use of the work of Frame, Van Til, and Bahnsen as he issues a powerful defense of TAG. He then reformulates the classical arguments in a TA formulation.
His student, Greg Bahnsen, aided in some of the later developments of Van Tillian Presuppositionalism, and the Bahnsen Theological Seminary continues to promote presuppositional apologetics in its curriculum. John Frame, another student of Van Til, also continues to advocate a presuppositional approach, although he is generally more critical of Van Til's thought than Bahnsen was. Bahnsen's protégé, Michael R. Butler, has also been active in advancing the field . In Schlissel, Steven M. Nacogdoches: Covenant. Carnell, Edward John (1948). Bahnsen (ISBN 678317-4-1). Due to his lifelong medical problems, Bahnsen had to undergo a third aortic valve implant surgery on December 5, 1995. After the completion of the operation, 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.