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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between December 15th-21st, 2018.

(While it is not in this week’s round up I do want to share Christmas Recommended Books on Presuppositional Apologetics for 2018 since we are in the month of December)

1.) A Christian Response To “Nothing”.

2.) Collection of 50 Apologetics’ Illustrations

3.) Grieving as an atheist

4.) Review: Nature’s Case for God: A Brief Biblical Argument

5.) A Christian and a Buddhist Walk into a Coffee Shop

6.) The Gospel of Isaiah

 

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I’m glad I’m the first to review this new book on Amazon!

John Frame.  Nature’s Case for God: A Brief Biblical Argument. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, December 12th 2018. 124 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Westminster Amazon

Christian apologist and theologian John Frame has written this short book on a biblical natural theology.  If you have been studying theology for sometime now you might be familiar with this Reformed theologian.  I really enjoy John Frame for his discussion about theological method, apologetics methodology and the inter-relationship of doctrines and theological disciplines.  In this recent work Frame gives the topic of natural revelation a one volume treatment.

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John J. Hughes. Speaking The Truth In Love: The Theology Of John M. Frame.  Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, November 1st 2009. 1118 pp.

5 out of 5

Purchase: Westminster Amazon

For decades John Frame has been a prolific Christian author, theologian, apologist, philosopher and churchman who has written on a wide array of topic.  This book is a festschrift honoring John Frame which means is a collection of various other theologians, apologists, and pastors writing on topics related to John Frame’s interests.  Some of the contributors are some of Evangelical’s leading scholars in their respective field.  It is a massive project coming in length of over a thousand pages and it took me some time to finish reading this after reading a few pages of this work every morning.  But I’m glad I read it as I have grown more sharper theologically and also in my critical thinking as the result of reading this work.

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I love the amount of books from various publishers at the Shepherd’s Conference.

Here are the solid biblical books I recommend from the Conference that are deals but they fly below the radar of being publicized like in the Conference’s bulletins.  Note these books can be purchased online as well and I have linked them online in case they are no longer available.  Also I have linked to my book reviews.

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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between January 22nd-31st, 2018.

1.) Defeating Relativism

2.) Where Josh McDowell and Presuppositionalists Agree: The Most Powerful Evidence for the Christian Faith

3.) Review: Apologetics: A Justification of Christian Belief

4.) Jason Lisle “The Ultimate Proof of Creation” Lecture at The Master’s Seminary

5.) Refuting Islam at Ground Level

6.) How to Defend the Christian Faith: Four Principles to Get Started

7.) Absolutely Subjective Moral Values

8.) Politics as Religion

9.) Atheists Know God Exists

10.) The Bible: is it guilty until proven innocent?

 

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John Frame. Cornelius Van Til: An Analysis of His Thoughts.  Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, September 1st 1995. 463 pp.

5 out of 5

Purchase: Westminster Amazon

I finally got around to reading and finishing John Frame’s interpretation of Christian apologist and theologian Cornelius Van Til.  This is probably long overdue given how long my interests is with Presuppositional apologetics and also having read so much of Frame’s works daily in my life for the last couple of years.  I must say that I probably appreciated this work in the current place in my life than I would have appreciated it ten years ago.  I do not always agree with John Frame being myself more in line with Greg Bahnsen’s approach towards apologetics but I have always found that even when I disagree with Frame he certainly gives much fuel for thought and as a result with interacting with his writings I have become more nuanced and achieved a better synthesis of what to believe.

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John Frame. Theology in Three Dimensions.  Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, September 29th, 2017. 136 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: P&R PublishingAmazon

Over the years I have really benefited from reading theologian John Frame especially in thinking more consciously of my theological method.  John Frame’s triperspectivalism and his exploration of the inter-relationship of doctrines, theology and different field of study has also caused me not only to think more clearly but more worshipful of the God who is the source of the unity of various disciplines, doctrines and foci in theology.  In this book John Frame gives us a short one volume introduction to his triperspectivalism and his perspectivalism in general.  I’m glad he wrote this work.

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