Heidelcast 229: On Van Til, Tats, And Evangelism

This is the first-ever “best of” Heidelcast episode. The Heidelcast has been in production since 2009. Not every listener has heard every episode and for this one we brought together some of highlights from 2010 including one of Dr Clark’s all-time favorites: his interview with John Muether about his book on Cornelius Van Til; a segment on tattoos and body-piercing and finally Dr Clark interacts with some audio from the National Public Radio show, “This American Life,” on a “bait and switch” approach to evangelism. You won’t want to miss this episode. We will return next week with an all-new episode in which Dr Clark answers (so far) 19 texts and emails about everything. Stay tuned. We will return to the series on the Canons of Dort.

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