Thomas A. Thomas, A Reason for the Hope, pg.88

“The mind of man is not autonomous. “Thy Word is truth,” said Jesus (John 17:17). Man, the creature, must bow before the Word of his Creator. Only as he interprets every fact concerning every area of the universe and concerning himself in subjecti…

Thomas A. Thomas, A Reason for the Hope, pg. 77

“Man ought to see the Creator revealed in the creation. He stands without excuse for not seeing the Creator revealed in the creation. THese things about the Creator are ‘understood by the things that are made.'” (Thomas, A Reason for the Hope, pg….

Thomas A. Thomas, A Reason for the Hope, pg. 77

“[Man] is a creature of God, therefore, he must be aware of his Creator. Self-consciousness implies God-consciousness. In order to be conscious of himself as a creature, he must be aware of God, his Creator. In order to rid himself of this conscio…

Thomas A. Thomas, A Reason for the Hope, pg. 14

“Evidentialist apologetics commonly begins with the so-called theistic proofs–those arguments that should establish the probability of the existence of a god, a supreme being who is the cause of all other existence. But what good does it do to pr…

Thomas A. Thomas, A Reason for the Hope, pg. 10

“Only the Holy Spirit, as He works through our faithful presentation of the Word of God to the sinner, can change the sinner’s presuppositions and bring him to the Saviour. We are completely dependent upon Him.” (Thomas, A Reason for the Hope, pg….

Thomas A. Thomas, A Reason for the Hope, pg. 10

“Christianity should not be regarded as the end-product of a series of arguments, as in the traditional method of apologetics. It is, rather, the presupposition of any argument. Fulfilled prophecy is no proof that the Bible is the Word of God, rat…

“The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he shall reign forever and ever.”
—Revelation 11:15