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Timothy Keller.  Making Sense of God: An Invitation to the Skeptical. New York, NY: Viking, September 20th, 2016. 320 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Westminster Amazon

Over the years I have appreciated the writing of Timothy Keller.  Keller has written this title not just only as Christian apologetics but he makes a direct appeal to those who are non-Christians to consider Christianity.  I thought it was a great angle that Keller was trying to write this book to “talk” to those who aren’t Christians rather than this being another book on Christian apologetics written by a Christian for Christians.

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Here’s the end of June 2017 Presuppositional Apologetics’ Links gathered between June 22nd-30th, 2017.

1.) Van Til Quote: Missing the Train by a Minute

2.) Atheism is Irrational, Illogical, and Easy to Refute

3.) Relativist Fallacy: “My Truth?” From Harvest Bible Chapel Waterloo Region

4.) Subjectively Objective

5.) Evolution, Atheism, and Intolerance

6.) Frontline Apologetics May 2017 Update

7.) How Nature Works Mathematically

8.) How relationship raises the questions of religion

9.) Clearing the Apologetic Malaise | Part 1

 

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Here are links related to Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between June 15th-21st, 2017.

1.) Atheist Daniel Dennett Tries to Explain the Mind Away: He Fails

2.) Over at Huffington Post Religion: A vegan Muslim Yogi’s rational-irrational tension

3.) Van Til: There is no Third Possibility

4.) Knowledge and ignorance of God

5.) Boghossian and New Atheists Call Theists Nuts and Loons – Christians Should be Locked Up

6.) Men can’t tell women what to do with their bodies! Leftist Self-Defeater

 

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What do you do when a discussion about abortion and someone say, “Men can’t tell women what to do with their bodies!”

I saw this from Sye Ten Bruggencate.  This is good:

Sye wrote “When the left’s insanity demolishes one of their favourite arguments.”

That’s a Presuppositional apologist in action!

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Huff Post Religion is filled with a lot of junk some of which I have responded to in the past on this blog.  Three days ago there was this post titled “My Love Letter To Islam: Part 1.”  It caught my attention.  While looking up to see if she had more posts (if that was part 1, there must be at least a part 2) I noted her self-described biography:

I was raised as a meat-and-potatoes Irish Catholic girl, but life has transformed me into a vegan Muslim yogi.

A Vegan Muslim Yogi?

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Here are links related to Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between June 8th-14th, 2017.

1.) Collection of 40 Apologetics Illustrations

2.) Understanding Cornelius Van Til

3.) Twinkleless AND Clueless

4.) Review of All Three John Frame’s Selected Shorter Writings Volumes

5.) Socially-conditioned belief

6.) The Essential Van Til — God not God

7.) It is to Laugh

 

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I have been immensely blessed by John Frame’s teachings.  Frame has written on a wide array of topics from apologetics, philosphy, theology, worship, Cornelius Van Til’s Presuppositional apologetics, theological education and ethics.  He has just recently retired from teaching theology at Reformed Theological Seminary.

I think his lesser known Selected Shorter Writings are great addition to his Theology of Lordship Series.

Here are links to my review of each volumes in the Selected Shorter Writings Series.

Review: John Frame’s Selected Shorter Writings Volume 1

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