Lesson 2: The Only Complete Truth

In this second lesson, Dr. Louis Markos challenges the idea that Christianity is the only truth.

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Discussion Questions
  • What is the difference between general revelation and special revelation? How does Psalm 19’s use of the names of God represent the differences between general and special revelation?
  • In Vergil’s poetry read during this session, who does Vergil think he is talking about? How can it be said that Vergil prepared the pagan heart for Christ?
  • What implications do Paul’s quotations of pagan poetry at Mars Hill have for bringing together Athens and Jerusalem?
  • Did Christ build a bridge between himself and the pagan world?

1 Comment

  1. Dianne Williams

    My first thought about Psalm 19 and the two names for ‘God’ was to wonder if the ancient Roman recognition that ‘divine law’ (fas: an indeclinable and therefore unchanging noun) and ‘man-made’ law (ius; declinable) was built on a similar concept or belief.

    I am keen to hear other viewpoints on this.

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