Help Me Teach the Bible: Carlton Wynne on Apologetics 101

April 11, 2017

by Carlton Wynne

In this episode of “Help Me Teach the Bible,” Nancy Guthrie talked with Dr. Carlton Wynne about what it means to teach the Bible apologetically. Dr. Wynne challenges the notion of apologetics as a debate between two PhDs. He suggests we are always doing apologetics whenever we teach the Bible if we challenge the world’s messages and urge our hearers to “take every thought captive to obey Christ” (2 Cor. 10:5). Calling Adam an apologist based on his mandate to “work and keep” the Garden of Eden—guarding it against anything unclean—Wynne suggests we are still called to the work of confronting what is opposed to the holiness and sovereignty of God.

Carlton Wynne

Dr. Wynne (PhD, Westminster) is assistant professor of systematic theology and apologetics at WTS.

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