Natural Theology | Christian Philosophy Q&A

Cody Libolt
Oct 30 · 2 min read

The traditional Protestant doctrine of Natural Theology has recently come under fire from followers of Cornelius Van Til, including Jeffrey Johnson, Owen Strachan, and James White.

In this Q&A we summarize the traditional answers to some of the main confusions and objections that tend to come up when defending Natural Theology.

“The Reformation doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture does not claim that Christians need only Scripture and not natural revelation, but that Christians need only Scripture and not other kinds of special revelation.”
-David VanDrunen

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Related Resources:

FTNCI Presuppositionalism Index Page

FTNCI Epistemology Video Playlist

RC Sproul: Natural Theology Is Incomplete but True

Josh Sommer: Responding to James White on “Thomism”

Josh Sommer: The Catholics vs. the “Big Boys”

Josh Sommer: The Failure of ‘The Failure of Natural Theology’ — A Review

Josh Sommer: How Sola Scriptura Presupposes Natural Theology

Josh Sommer: A Response to Dr. Sam Waldron


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