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  John Whitcomb, who is often called one of the “Fathers of the Modern Creationist Movement” with the launch of his book titled “The Genesis Flood” more than 50 years ago, has also been identified as a Presuppositionalists by other VanTillians in addition to being a former Old Testament Professor. Here is a video by Dr. […]

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John Whitcomb, who is often called one of the “Fathers of the Modern Creationist Movement” with the launch of his book titled “The Genesis Flood” more than 50 years ago, has also been identified as a Presuppositionalists by other VanTillians in addition to being a former Old Testament Professor. Sadly he passed away on February 5th, […]

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By DR. JOHN C. WHITCOMB President, Whitcomb Ministries, Inc.   The resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ from the dead with a glorified body is a foundational truth of the New Testament. In fact, “If Christ is not risen, your faith is futile; you are still in your sins! Then also those who have fallen […]

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John Whitcomb is a prolific Christian teacher, apologist and former Old Testament Professor whose materials and resources we have shared in the past on our blog.  In light of the holiday season he has several Christmas devotionals related to Christ’s birth.  Below is one of them that his ministry has allowed us to post on […]

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Saw this over at Answers in Genesis website.

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As it was previously announced, beginning today on September 17th, 2012 is the kickoff for our blog’s marathon series focusing on Calvinistic Dispensationalists who are Presuppositional in their apologetics.  The desire for this marathon series began when I noticed that there is a stream of Dispensationalists who subscribed to Van Til’s apologetics, though it seems […]

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Should have had this up earlier, but here is the lists or index to the marathon series focusing on Calvinistic Dispensationalists stream of Presuppositional apologetics.  I have decided to also compiled other posts on Veritas Domain from the past that touched on Dispensationalism and Presuppositionalism. I plan to add more things to this lists in the […]

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Dr. Christopher Cone is the President of Tyndale Theological Seminary.  It turns out that he is a Dispensationalist and also Presuppostional in his apologetics!  From the faculty page of the seminary’s website, one finds his education background listed (with three doctorates): Undergraduate Studies, Moody Bible Institute BBS, Tyndale Biblical Institute MBS, Scofield Graduate School ThD, […]

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Thought these links were good stuff to look out from this past week.  They might interests those who are interested in Presuppositional apologetics.  Some links might not be on Presuppositional apologetics per se, but of interests for those in this circle. 1.) Going Meatless and Spouseless- A good post on medical ethics by Paul Manata, […]

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Here are links related to Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between June 15th-21st, 2021. 1.) Cave to the Cross’ Why? For God’s Glory! – Ep.181 – Scott Christensen Interview On What About Evil – Part 2 2.) Bible Contradiction? Who appeared to Moses in the burning bush? 3.) Our Evolving, Thinking, Learning Universe? 4.) Dutch Windmill, Van Til and Thoughts on […]

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  We want to thank Dr. Kevin D. Zuber from his busy schedule of the pastoral ministry and being a professor to take part in this interview! 1.) Describe your current ministry to the Lord and your educational background. I graduated from Grace College, Winona Lake, IN (BA 1977) and Grace Theological Seminary (MDiv 1981; […]

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Here are articles related to Presuppositional apologetics published by Grace Theological Seminary from their now defunct journal.  They are in PDF format.  These are gems from a generally Dispensational publication. 1.) James M. Grier, “The apologetical value of the self-witness of scripture,” Grace Theological Journal 1.1 (Spring 1980): 71-76. 2.) Donald B. DeYoung, & John C. Whitcomb, “The origin […]

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<Note: By being interviewed here on Veritas Domain, readers must understand that Dr. George Zemek does not necessarily endorse or have any association with the conviction of this blog, the opinions of individual contributors of this blog nor an endorsement or association of any other external links and resources provided here on Veritas Domain.> In […]

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Whether one agree or disagree with him, Reformed Apologist Cornelius Van Til has made his contribution in the greater landscape of Christian Apologetic with his formulation of Presuppositional Apologetics.  No man is perfect, and a criticism often quoted against him comes from his own words where he stated, “The lack of detailed scriptural exegesis is […]

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