Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Ronald Nash Apologetics & Philosophy MP3 Audio

In this series of lectures provided by biblicaltraining.org, Dr. Ronald Nash teaches on Apologetics and the History of Philosophy and Christian Thought. Now you have to go right to biblicaltraining.org to get the audio. They do not allow direct linking to their audio files. (Also added to the Ultimate Apologetics MP3 Audio Page.)

APOLOGETICS –
Lesson 1 – Introduction
Lesson 2 – What is Apologetics?
Lesson 3 – Worldviews in Conflict
Lesson 4 – The Law of Non-contradiction
Lesson 5 – Invalid Worldviews
Lesson 6 – Introduction to the Problem of Evil
Lesson 7 – Divine Omnipotence
Lesson 8 – Noetic Structure
Lesson 9 – Methodology
Lesson 10 – Objection
Lesson 11 – Evidentialism
Lesson 12 – Foundationalism
Lesson 13 – Natural Theology
Lesson 14 – The Existence of God: Background
Lesson 15 – The Existence of God: Arguments
Lesson 16 – The Existence of God: Cosmological Argument
Lesson 17 – Introduction to Possible Worlds
Lesson 18 – Possible Worlds
Lesson 19 – Middle Knowledge
Lesson 20 – Introduction to Miracles
Lesson 21 – David Hume
Lesson 22 – Two Central Miracles
Lesson 23 – Introduction to Is Jesus the Only Savior
Lesson 24 – Pluralism
Lesson 25 – Inclusivism
Lesson 26 – When a Baby Dies
Lesson 27 – The Concept of God
Lesson 28 – Open Theism
Lesson 29 – Attributes of God
Lesson 30 – Final Thoughts

HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY AND CHRISTIAN THOUGHT
Lesson 1 – Introduction
Lesson 2 – Milesians
Lesson 3 – Heraclitus, Pythagoras, Parmenides
Lesson 4 – Worldviews
Lesson 5 – Naturalism
Lesson 6 – Introduction, Opposition
Lesson 7 – The Forms
Lesson 8 – Dualism
Lesson 9 – Rationalism
Lesson 10 – Appraisal, Creation, Tensions
Lesson 11 – Rationalism
Lesson 12 – His Life
Lesson 13 – Contrast, Substance, Causes, Categories
Lesson 14 – Incarnation
Lesson 15 – View of God, Psychology
Lesson 16 – Intellect
Lesson 17 – Law
Lesson 18 – Matter
Lesson 19 – Introduction to Hellenistic
Lesson 20 – Stoicism
Lesson 21 – Hedonism
Lesson 22 – Philo
Lesson 23 – Hebrews
Lesson 24 – Plotinus
Lesson 25 – Augustinian: His Life
Lesson 26 – Confessions
Lesson 27 – Augustinian: Faith
Lesson 28 – Augustinian: Evil
Lesson 29 – Augustinian: Pelagianism
Lesson 30 – Augustinian: Donatism
Lesson 31 – Augustinian: Skepticism
Lesson 32 – Augustinian: History
Lesson 33 – Augustinian: Knowledge
Lesson 34 – Augustinian: Illumination
Lesson 35 – Thomistic: Background
Lesson 36 – Thomistic: Faith
Lesson 37 – Thomistic: Arguments
Lesson 38 – Thomistic: Law
Lesson 39 – Modern
Lesson 40 – Kant: Understanding
Lesson 41 – Kant: Two Worlds
Lesson 42 – Kant: Response
Lesson 43 – Kant: Postmodernism
Lesson 44 – Hegel
Lesson 45 – Marx: Stages
Lesson 46 – Marx: Faces
Lesson 47 – D. Nietzsche

Enjoy.


9 Comments

  1. Bruce September 16, 2009

    I hope the learning 101 series will be continuing…

  2. Brian September 16, 2009

    It should. I heard that they were having some trouble with their servers or website or something along those lines. I hope it is back up there soon.

  3. Bruce September 24, 2009

    It looks like they have the next two parts up here:

    http://www.christreformed.org/the-latest-news/2009/9/17/audio-difficulties.html

  4. Brian September 24, 2009

    Audio links have been updated. Thanks

  5. Roger October 2, 2009

    Brian,

    Ron Nash is excellent and very entertaining. I listened to both of these lecture series last year and thought they were excellent.

    His death a couple of years ago was a great loss to philosophy and Christian scholarship.

  6. Peter Mann October 27, 2009

    The guy is crazy! He grows on you. I can't believe how much fun he has with liberals. I love the guy!

  7. Brian October 27, 2009

    His dry humor can't be beat.

  8. Christian Langkamp May 11, 2012

    Does anyone know which book the 'red book' is that he keeps referring to in his Apologetics courses. Christianity and the hellenistic world as well as the social justice one don't make sense, and faith and reason isn't red …

  9. Saeed March 24, 2013

    Responding to question re what is the "red book" that he refers to in his Apologetics course. I believe it is "Faith and Reason" because the contents in that book very closely follow that lectures in the course