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Winter Morning

These are links gathered from December 22nd-31st, 2015 related to Presuppositional apologetics!  Enjoy!

1.) Worldview Dilemmas in X Men First Class: A Presuppositionalist’s Perspective

2.) Presuppositional Questioning: Evidence

3.) God’s Design of the Solar System is Impressive

4.) Every thought captive


6.) Reformed Forum Interview: A History of Western Philosophy and Theology

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Here are the top 10 posts here on our blog, Veritas Domain, that was written in 2015.  I noticed there’s a lot of apologetics responses pieces or resources that dominate the top 10.

Again thank you guys for reading our blog, sharing it with others and commenting your thoughts!

Did you remembered any of them or were blessed by them?

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WARNING: Contain spoilers.

I don’t really watch much movies let alone movies with superheroes but when I do, I do think about worldviews.  Here I want to look at X Men: First Class and it’s theme of God, evolution and ethics.

We’ll start with the movie’s opening scene.

The movie’s opens with a rainy moment where the first thing viewers see are some feet walking in the mud and the rain.  Whoever those feet belong to, they certainly were not walking in confidence or in a hurry to get out of the rain.  One can’t tell whether it’s day or night; nor does it matter, since it is meant to invoke nihilistic and hopeless feeling to the viewers.  Nothing captures the symptom of nihilism and hopelessness as the losing track of time and where one’s external environment no longer matter.  A few seconds into it, you see the backside of a soldier manning a machine gun post with the unmistakeable Nazi shape helmet, and a caption that says “Poland 1944.”  Here everything on the screen tells the viewer that the setting is in a holocaust concentration camp, with a line of people marching.  As the movie continues, attention focuses on a young boy and his father and mother.  The Nazis separated the child from his parents, with one party going one direction and the other another.  With the mom crying and looking back, the young boy ran towards the direction of his parents, only to have one soldier, then two and eventually four soldiers pulling this young boy back.   All the while, the young lad has his hand stretched out to the gate that blocks where his parents has headed towards.   If that does not call the viewers attention to the incredible power this boy has, the scene with the Nazis soldiers looking at the twisted gate now makes the viewers realize that this child has super power (and for those familiar with the X-Men story, this would make fans immediately realize that the young child is Erik Lehnsherr who later becomes the villain Magneto).


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Here’s some audios that looks at comics from a Christian worldview from a show that calls itself “Theonomy in Panels.”  There use to be some Youtube videos of these shows but they have since been deleted.  The following are what audios that can be still be found online:

Episode One – Watchmen and Worldviews

Episode Two – Spider-Man and the Theme of Responsibility

Moebius and Hedonistic Sensuality


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Prague Christmas Snow

These are links gathered from December 15th-21st, 2015 related to Presuppositional apologetics!  Enjoy!

1.) God’s Authority is Self-Attesting

2.) Borrowed capital

3.) A Model Christian-Muslim Discussion

4.) A Theological Account of Logic

5.) Apologetic Material On Christmas Issues

6.) Responding to Noah Adam’s Criticism of Jeff Durbin (with Jeff in Studio)


Missed the last round up?Check out the re-blogged post from a friend


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Below are reviews and Christian reflection of comics that has the theme of Darwinism.  I’ve organized it from the subtle to the more explicit.

Ultimate X-Men: Ultimate Collection Book 1

Ultimate X-Men Ultimate Collection, Book 1

Mark Miller. Ultimate X-Men: Ultimate Collection Book 1.  New York, NY: Marvel Publishing Incorporated, April 26th, 2006. 336 pp.

This year I started doing something new as an adult: read comics and graphic novels.  I picked this up because the X-Men were characters that I enjoyed as a kid.  I thought if I were to read about the X-Men, I pick up volume one to read as the starting point.  Overall it was good to see the origin of the X-Men as retold in this series.  In terms of storytelling it was okay—not too bad and not too corny.



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Here are the links gathered from the Internet between December 8th-14th, 2015 concerning the topic of Presuppositional apologetics.

1.) Truth Requires God

2.) Worldview: Atheistic Dualism

3.) In Memory of, Dr. Greg L. Bahnsen. Twenty Years Ago Today by his son

4.) Van Til Quote: Now he stands on his feet

5.) Greg L. Bahnsen — December 11, 1995

6.) I just go one marriage further


8.) Worldview: Materialism


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