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Here are links on the subject of Presuppositional apologetics gathered from the World Wide Web between July 1st-7th, 2014.  Which ones did you enjoyed?

1.) Mars Hill: A case for friendship evangelism or antithesis?

2.) Word Faith worldview: An Inexhaustive Internal Critique

3.) Theological Memeology: Infinite Punishment for Finite Crimes

4.) Keep A Record Of God’s Providence In Your Life

5.) The motivation of Frame

6.) Life is but a dream–Great point about the paradox of atheistic materialism being similiar to Idealism and a fading dream!

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God is With us Oliphint

There has been a back and forth discussion between the Reformed Phiosopher Paul Helm and Christian apologist Scott Oliphint over the “Covenantalism” of Oliphint’s Theology Proper.  It began with Paul Helm’s review of Oliphint’s book God with Us.

I have to chew on this some more but for now I want to share with you the exchange.

What Motivates Oliphint’s Proposals?

Tolle Lege: A Brief Response to Paul Helm

Scott Oliphint: a reply to his rejoinder

 

 

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Ever since Paul Helm mentioned it on his blog last month, I’ve been looking forward to his forthcoming entry on Presuppositionalism.

It is now available here: http://paulhelmsdeep.blogspot.com/2010/03/three-grades-of-presuppositonal.html

Turns out that Steve Hays over at Triablogue has written a response here: http://triablogue.blogspot.com/2010/03/hardline-presuppositionalism.html

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