THE PAPERS

Topic: Clarity of GR

PAPER No. 2

Common Ground

Common Ground articulates the necessary conditions for thought and discourse: Reason, Integrity, Rational Presuppositionalism and the Principle of Clarity . . .
PAPER No. 3

The Principle of Clarity, Rational Presuppositionalism and Proof

The Principle of Clarity affirms that the basic things about God and man and good and evil are clear to reason and that failure to know what is clear to reason is inexcusable . . .
PAPER No. 9

The Moral Law: Derived from Human Nature

The moral law is clear; it is grounded in human nature, which is easily knowable by all human beings. The moral law is for all men, everywhere, at all times. The moral law is teleological . . .
PAPER No. 10

The Moral Law: The Origin, Nature, Law, Application and Consequences of the Moral Laws

Ethics assumes choice, choice assumes values and values assume the concept of the good. What is particularly sought in ethics is rational justification, which guarantees that . . .
PAPER No. 13

The Biblical Worldview: Creation–Fall–Redemption (Concise Version)

Creation is revelation: necessarily, intentionally and exclusively. The revelation is full and clear. Eternal life is knowing God. The knowledge of God is through the work of dominion . . .
PAPER No. 14

The Biblical Worldview: Creation–Fall–Redemption (Expanded Version)

The Biblical Worldview of Creation–Fall–Redemption in Genesis 1-3 is foundational for all of life. Foundation is necessary to go on to maturity, fruitfulness, unity of the faith, and . . .
PAPER No. 21

Faith and Reason in Christianity

The Logos is the eternal word of God who makes God known. The life of the Logos is in all men as light, that is, reason. Jesus is the Logos incarnate. Where this is understood in . . .