Archive for September 2nd, 2011

I thought these were some highlights from the World Wide Web in terms of reading articles on Presuppositional Apologetics.

1.) Apologetic Lessons from Matthew 12:22-29:  Dr. Vlach, the professor who teaches Presuppositional Apologetics at The Master’s Seminary writes about the implication of an event in the life of Jesus towards Christian apologetics.

2.) Michael and Me: Steve Hays discusses about the back and forth between him and Michael Sudduth.  It turns out that I was not the only one who have been concern about Michael’s spiritual state.

3.) Venting the Spleen: Doug Wilson quotes a short funny excerpt from his book, God Is.  The issue is on the evolution of the eye.

4.) Book Review: How Do We Know the Bible Is True?: A Blog Review for an Answers in Genesis Book.


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