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I thought I put several of my past Veritas Domain entries on Presuppositional Apologetics as applied to the Cults on other Reglions on one entry, so it would be more easy to search for it.

THis would be a work in progress.  Do you know more links that can be added here?

Let me know! I will be adding to this as time goes by and I find more articles from a Presuppositional Apologetics Perspective dealing with other religion and cults

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1.)“Approaching Cults and World Religions from A Presuppositional Apologetic Perspective”, by Jeff Downs at http://www.emnr.org/papers/downs04.htm

Summary:For some that might sound weird, as Bahnsen and Van Til often talks about the Atheist.  But the link above is by Jeff Down, a good introduction on Presuppositional Apologetics and application with Cults and other religion

2.) “A Brief Pressuppositional Analysis of Buddhism“, by Paul Manata 

Summary: This is a Brief application of Presuppositional Apologetics on Buddhism, written by Paul Manata.

3.) “Zen: A Trinitarian Critique” by Rev. Ralph Allen Smith accessible at http://www.berith.org/essays/zen/

Summary: Another example of Presuppostional Apologetics that critiques Zen Buddhism utilizing the Trinity

4.) “Problems in Uranita Paper 92” by Jimmy Li at http://www.teamtruth.com/articles/art_urantiapaper92.htm

Summary: Presuppositional APologetics on the Cult of the Urantia Paper

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Zen: A Trinitarian Critique
by Ralph Allen Smith

http://www.berith.org/essays/zen/

Another example of Presuppostional Apologetics (for three days in a row now), as applied to other religion

This entry features an Article that critiques Zen Buddhism utilizing the Trinity

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Continuing from the last entry that introduces the topic of Counter-Cult Apologetics from a Presuppositional Apologetics, we have an article by Paul Manata:

“A Brief Pressuppositional Analysis of Buddhism“, by Paul Manata

Its application of Presuppositional Apologetics on another religion

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