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Relationship presup

Personal Relationship are part of the fabric of who we are.  Yet relationships don’t make sense in every worldview.  In fact personal relationships are intelligible and meaningful in a Christian worldview.

On May 21st there was a conference called “Rescue Youth and Young Adult Conference 2022” at Metropolitan Baptist Church at Hollywood Florida.  Speaker James Hanna delivered an excellent message employing Presuppositional Apologetics to drive the point home that relationships presupposes the Biblical worldview.

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apologist john whitcomb

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, 2020.

In the past Dr. Whitcomb and those involved with his ministry reached out to our blog in desiring to share Dr. Whitcomb’s content on here; check it out.

Creationist Eric Hovind sat down for an online interview with John Whitcomb’s son name David Whitcomb on John Whitcomb’s life and legacy.  Both father and son are amazing in their own right.


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Global skepticism

Someone asked:

where do you guys usually start when dealing with someone who doubts reality? For example, when they say “how do I know anything is real”.

Here’s my quick take:


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These are links concerning Presuppositional apologetics gathered from May 15th-21st, 2022. 

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1.) Cave to the Cross’ The Resurrection Explained! – Ep.176 – What About Evil? – The Cosmic Redeemer – Part 1

2.) Bible Contradiction? Will God destroy those that intermarry?

3.) Scientific Elitism and Critical Thinking Cowboy 

4.) Apologetics Session 8: Evil and the problem of Atheism

5.) Presuppositionalism in the Dock

6.) Apologetics Sermon Illustration #77: Flamethrowers and Refuting Presuppositions

7.) A Response to: “Theology’s Epistemological Dilemma”

8.) Book Review: Redeeming Our Thinking about History: A God-Centered Approach” By Vern Poythress

9.) The Intellectual Challenge of the Gospel by Van Til (Part 2)

10.) Apologetics Meme


Missed the last round up?  Check out the re-blogged post from a friend here and other reblogs here and here

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A few days ago I wrote “Question: Unbelievers spiritually blinded and also knows there is a God?

It made me think tangent to the possibility of not only suppression of truth by nonbelievers but also the suppression of the memory of the act of suppression of truth.


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Establish the need: Why is this session important? We often hear discussion about God and the problem of evil.  However we must not downplay or neglect the issue of evil and the problem of atheism.

Purpose: In this session we shall discuss four points to help us think about evil and the problem of atheism to realize that in wrestling with the problem of evil there is a problem with atheism.

  • All worldviews have the burden of proof of explaining how evil exists
  • Atheism undermine the existence of evil: What atheist have to say
  • If God is the basis for determining good and evil then there is no problem of evil
    God uses evil to bring about good


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Here is a collection of links on Presuppositional apologetics between May 8th-14th, 2021.

1.) Cave to the Cross’ The Suffering Redeemer – Ep.175 – What About Evil? – The Suffering Redeemer – Part 2

2.) Bible Contradiction? Who wrote the Pentateuch?

3.) A good lesson on humility and correction with apologetics from dear brother Bob: Creationists Presenting Wrong Information about Natural Selection

4.) Question: Unbelievers spiritually blinded and also knows there is a God?

5.) Can Evolution Explain The Indonesian Mimicry Octopus?

6.) Apologetics Session 7: Atheism and the problem of Morality

7.) Mr Grey, Mr Black and Mr White by Cornelius Van Til with commentary

8.) Apologetics Sermon Illustration #76: Accidental and Stolen Stop Signs and Source of Morals

9.) Watch “Should we have “crossing over “ ceremonies in the church? Euthanasia, pt. 2” on YouTube

10.)The Intellectual Challenge of the Gospel by Van Til (Part 1)

11.) The Unscientific False God of Charles Darwin

12.) Apologetics meme

Missed the last round up?  Check out the re-blogged post from a friend OR that of Another REBLOApG HERE and a repost here.

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Establish the need: Can people have morality without God?

Purpose: We will look at three points concerning the problem of ethics in an atheist worldview.

  1. Review
  2. What is the nature of morality?
  3. What is the origin of morality?


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unbelievers know God spirtually blind

Someone asked: Are unbelievers spiritually blinded? If everyone in their heart knows there is a God, how can they be blinded?

This is a question that particularly is one that concerns the Presuppositional Apologists who say nonbelievers in some sense actually know God but are also spiritually blinded.  If someone is not careful, one can think this is an objection to Presuppositional Apologetics.

Here’s my take:


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Establish the need: What do you do when someone say they don’t believe in God because they never seen God? There is an assumption of empiricism in that objection and that needs to be dealt with.

Purpose: We will look at four focus to help us think about worldview in apologetics

  1. Reminder of how to refute worldviews
  2. Definitions with the atheist worldview
  3. Problem with Empiricism
  4. Problem with Materialism


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Establish the need: What is a worldview? And what does it matter?

Purpose: We will look at four focus to help us think about worldview in apologetics

  • What is a Worldview
  • Everyone has a worldview
  • Worldviews are circular
  • Refuting and Defending Worldviews


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Providence Classical School

Seems there’s a lot of teachings on Presuppositional Apologetics being given this year so far!

These teachings was presented by Brad Finkbeiner on Presuppositional Apologetics. Brad Finkbeiner is the ethics and apologetics teacher for Providence Classical School at Spring, Texas.  His presentation on Presuppositional Apologetics is in two parts.

Here’s the series on video:


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Establish the need: What does God think about unbelief?

Purpose: We will look at four truths to have a biblical view of how God sees unbelief.

  1. Creation attests that the Biblical God exists
  2. The Word of God is self-evidencing
  3. Christ is self-evidencing
  4. God’s description of unbelievers

Review: Previous Lessons and how it connects with this session

  • We have to defend the faith (session 1)
  • We can’t be neutral (session 2).
  • We have to have a biblical view of faith and reason (session 3)
  • We also need to have a right view of unbelief.
    • Since we can’t be neutral we need to listen to God’s Word on this subject.
    • We need to hear God on whether He has given evidence of Himself and from there what is God’s evaluation of unbelief.


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Here are the links on Presuppositional apologetics from April 8th-14th, 2022!

1.) Cave to the Cross’ Apologetics: Romans 9 Answers Why Evil Exists – Ep.171 – What About Evil? – God’s Redemptive Glory In Scripture – Part 2

2.) Bible Contradiction? Who gave the law to Moses?

3.) The Proper Worldview is Imperative

4.) Thoughts on Evidence from 5th Plague in Exodus 9

5.) The Crucifixion and Counting to Three

6.) Video: Michael Kruger: How Did We Get the Bible?

7.) Apologetics Sermon Illustration #73: Will Smith Oscars’ 10 year Ban and Duration of Hell

8.) Daniel 9 Messianic Prophecy

Missed the last round up?  Check out the re-blogged post from a friend  or that of another reblog here 

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Establish the need: What is the relationship of faith and reason?

Purpose: We will look at four truths to have have a biblical view of faith and reason so that we can properly defend the faith.

  1. God wants us to have faith
  2. God wants us to reason
  3. Wrong Views of relationship of faith and reason
  4. The Right View of Faith and Reason

Review: Previous Lessons and how it connects with this session

  • Session one introduce us to apologetics both with the definition and the duty Christians have to defend the faith–>So this week we want to look at the relationship between faith and reason because we cannot properly defend the faith if we have a wrong view of faith and reason.
  • Of course there are different views with faith and reason. How should we proceed? The second session we covered there is no religious neutrality–>Therefore we need to hold to a biblical view of faith and reason.


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