Apologetics and the Hiddenness of God - Douglas Groothuis



Some claim that since so many do not believe in God, He must not be there, since if He was there, He would make himself more obvious. An all-good and all-powerful being would not leave us in the dark. This talk argues that He has not done so, but that we need to approach God in the right way to come to know Him. Blaise Pascal is the central inspiration in this talk.

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Douglas Groothuis, Ph.D., is Professor of Philosophy at Denver Seminary, where he has served since 1993. He is the author or co-author of fourteen books, including Christian Apologetics and Walking through Twilight: A Wife's Illness--A Philosopher's Lament. He has published 29 peer-review articles in journals such as Religious Studies, Sophia, Philosophia Christi, and Academic Questions, as well as publishing in magazines such as The Christian Research Journal, Christianity Today, Philosophy Now, Think, and The Philosopher's Magazine. His comments on religion and society have appeared in The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.


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