The Bible’s Rationale For The Gospel – Ep.227 – Apologetics By John Frame – Proving The Gospel – Part 2
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The Bible’s Rationale For The Gospel
Continuing With John Frame’s proof of the Gospel (and therefore Scripture) we turn now to The Bible’s rationale for the Gospel. Here we see that there is a rational basis for belief in the trust that Christians have and then we look at particular claims such as fulfilled prophecy and miracles. Frame critiques the critiques of David Hume on miracles. Finally, we look at the outcomes of miracles and show that even when one is presented, belief doesn’t always follow from it.
00:00 – Introduction
00:58 – Faith In A Rational Basis
03:58 – Argument From Prophecy
08:30 – Jesus Fulfills The OT Messiah Claims
11:13 – Jesus Did Miracles & Resurrected
16:27 – Three Issues To Look At With Miracles
17:36 – Are Miracles Possible Or Probable?
20:56 – Christianity Solves For The Problem Of Induction
22:08 – Is There Sufficient Evidence For Miracles?
24:47 – Critiquing Hume’s Critique
33:42 – Epistemological Critique Of Hume
34:53 – Miracles Persuade – But Sometimes They Don’t
38:38 – The Gospel Is Credible
40:47 – Conclusion