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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between November 22nd-30th, 2016.

1.) Christmas Recommended Books on Presuppositional Apologetics for 2016

2.) The Trinity and the Problem of the One and the Many

3.) Calvinist Cartoons: Round and Sound

4.) Why Temporal Moral Relativism Fails

5.) Video: Michael Kruger on What It Means That the Bible Is Self-Authenticating

6.) Perceiving God

7.) To Help Circulate the Truth

8.) The Assumption That Time Or Chance Is Ultimate

9.) October Ministry Update: Frontline Apologetics

 

Missed the last round up?  Check out the re-blogged post from a friend OR that of Another REBLOG HERE

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Reformed Theological Seminary has for the last three months or so posted short videos answering various questions with the hashtag “#WisdomWednesday.”  Here’s two that’s related to apologetics by Dr. John Frame and Dr. Michael Kruger respectively.

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This is our blog’s seventh year in which we post our recommendations of books as Christmas gifts on the subject of Presuppositional apologetics or the Christian worldview.

Here are the recommendations from previous years, and if you are new to the whole thing with Presuppositional apologetics and want something introductory I highly recommend the listing from 2014 which we highlighted in bold:

This year list’s of recommended books on Presuppositional apologetics are more for those moving beyond introduction.  I divided this between booklets and book with a brief description for each title, a link to my review and also where one can purchase the book.

Here’s this year’s recommendations:

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Every morning I read a little bit from the theologian and Christian apologist John Frame.  If you follow our Twitter and Facebook page you will see our daily John Frame quote.

I thought this particular passage from his book The Doctrine of the Word of God was helpful in thinking through one subset of criticisms against the Bible based upon the behaviors of the characters within its pages:

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John Frame. The Doctrine of God.  Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, June 1st, 2002. 864 pp.

Rating: 5 out of 5

This book is a great resource on a theology of God.  Those who have read other works by the author John Frame will find him on top of his game here as well.  This is a work that pastors and teachers would turn to as reference even after completing it.  I enjoyed reading this book in two separate instances: once when I was in seminary as something I had to read through rather quickly and the second instance being after seminary at a slower pace as part of my morning routine of devotional-theological readings.  I would recommend the second approach as the best way to read this volume.

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Here are Presuppositional apologetics’ links gathered between August 15-21st, 2016.

1.) Calvin’s Starting Point

2.) A Reply To Steven Hoyt – Using The Bible To Justify The Bible

3.) Which Flavor or Ice Cream Do Atheists Prefer?

4.) “Ten Problems with Presuppositionalism”

5.) Apologetic Methodology: Google Hangout with the Jude 3 Project

6.) VIDEO: How to Understand Greg Bahnsen

 

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As regular readers of our blogs know, from time to time I tackle some of the alleged contradictions of the Bible.  You can read them in our provisional Listing of Our Posts Answering Bible Contradictions.

I thought I share with you a quote from John Frame’s book on the Doctrine of God on apparent contradiction that I think is important to keep in mind when dealing with “apparent contradictions” in theology and apologetics:

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