Great Sermon! Well done in your unbiased discussion of the two views of baptism. This sermon stands in stark contrast to a podcast I listened to directly prior to this sermon in which two pastors failed to incorporate Scripture into their incoherent arguments against infant baptism.
21st Century American Bulls-eye Sermon! The list of 15 characteristics given of the modern american Jezebel-ish woman was astoundingly accurate. Most churches though, are in a fog-like induced state when confronted with the obvious. The obvious is brought out in this sermon, yet few will be enlightened thereby. The reason being is very similar to why the world is confused about the pronouns "he" and "she" in our day. Gender roles in churches are schewed to unrecognizable proportions. We're living in an androgynous society and the american churches are just about in step with the world in an uncanny way. Please listen, pray and repent as you heed this message.
Great Sermon! Van Til: "..no hypotheses which exclude the necessary existence of the triune God *of Scripture* can be relevant to any group of facts."
He didn't separate the presupposition of the ontological Trinity from that of divinely inspired Scripture. He would say that it is impossible to separate the two; in fact, to try would be to do such damage to the Christian worldview as to reduce it to irrationality.
He would say, "Our presupposition is that of the ontological Trinity, Who, it goes without saying, is the Self-Revelatory God Who reveals Himself in an enscripturated way."