Wednesday, August 30


In 1659, John Locke published his defense of Biblical orthodoxy, The Reasonableness of Christianity. It would be the prototype for the study of apologetics throughout the next century. Indeed, virtually all the evidentialist apologists who followed Locke argued, like him, that Christianity is rational and that common sense, history, and empirical science provide sufficient evidence to believe in the God as He is revealed in the Holy Scriptures.

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