Mid-November 2021 Presuppositional Apologetics’ Links

Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between November 8th-14, 2021.

1.) Cave to the Cross’ Gratuitous Evil, Free Will, & Natural Law – Ep. 149 – What About Evil? – Guarding The Sacred Treasure Of Free Will – Part 4

2.) Bible Contradiction? Did God give Gehazi (Elisha’s servant) leprosy?

3.) Gospel Presentation and Presuppositionalism Part One: 3 Circles Gospel Presentation

4.) Collection of 70 Apologetics’ Illustrations

5.) A Van Tilian Philosophy of Music & Art

6.) Why Christians Should Shun Epistemological Autonomy

Missed the last round up?  Check out the repost

18 Responses

  1. Thanks for number 3 I never heard of this before. I completely agree with number 8.

  2. Good morning brother. Thanks for the morning set of articles. Highly recommend your “Collection of 70 Apologetics’ Illustrations”. I am still going through them.


  3. I especially liked link 6 where Daniel described “epistemological autonomy” in these words: “Epistemological autonomy is the view that knowledge of the world is possible without reference to the revelation and providence of the triune God of Scripture. Epistemological autonomy holds that we need not take God into consideration when constructing an epistemology and that man is self-sufficient when it comes to gaining knowledge.”

    • I appreciate Daniel Akande’s contribution to apologetics and his effort to precisely define things. We must indeed forsake epistemological autonomy. Thanks for reading this Frank and sharing what stood out to you!!!

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  5. Thanks, brother! I’m going to listen to the C2TC guys either today or tomorrow while working on the leaves.

    • Wow the major leaves operation…it does sound like a military endeavor every Year…and just as exhausting as work, no?

      • The drizzle and light snow was intermittent today so I worked on the leaves from 11 to 3 and dragged 12 tarps to the curb. The leaves were heavy from the moisture. As I was dragging the leaves I was thinking this is the last year of doing it this way. Just too physical for a senior citizen. I’ll get a riding mower and drag the tarp with the mower. Well worth the expense. Couch duty from now until lights-out. BTW, I did enjoy the C2TC guys while raking and dragging tarps.

        Speaking of exhausted…how is your rest day going?

  6. Great meme. 🙂

  7. Gotta agree with Mark! That meme is a real eye catcher! Added this to my list of links!

  8. Thanks again. Number 6 stood out to me.

    • That is a good article. I appreciate the writer, Daniel Akande, he’s been witnessing a lot online with atheists and critics. Blessings to you as you continue ministry both online and offline!!!

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