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Here are links related to the subject of Presuppositional apologetics gathered online between April 15th-21st, 2017.

1.) The Trinity is the Foundation for Math, Unity, and Truth

2.) Creation, the Resurrection, and Evidence

3.) The Trinity: The Potent Truth Many Ignore

4.) Calvinist Cartoon: Conflict and Resolution

5.) What’s presuppositionalism?

6.) Reconnect Podcast Show: Presuppositions and Evidence in Christian Apologetics


8.) Book Review: Making Sense of God by Tim Keller 

9.) Divine hiddenness and evil

10.) Confronting The Myth Of Neutrality

11.) Calvinist Cartoon: Wasting Time


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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between December 15th-22nd, 2016.

1.) Everyone has an a priori

2.) Did God send himself to sacrifice himself to himself to save us from himself?

3.) Evidently Not

4.) A Snowman That Denies its Maker, is Abominable

5.) Abortionist Logical Consistency: A Right for the Goose Should be a Right for the Gander

6.) Planned obsolescence

7.) Presupp Movie Poster

8.) Soaring Eagle Radio: Dr. Jerry Bergman – Hitler and the Nazi Darwinian Worldview

9.) Enter for chance to win for FREE William Edgar’s forthcoming book, “Created & Creating.”


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

1.) The Facts Belong to God

2.) The Calvinistic Method

3.) There’s no evidence for atheism

4.) A Fundamental Problem With A Fundamental Problem with the Presuppositionalism of Cornelius Van Til

5.) Presuppositionalism Resource: Download PDF files of Van Til’s Writings


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Here are the links related to Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between August 1st-7th, 2016.

1.) A Fresh Defense of the Faith: The Laws of Logic and God

2.) Review: Muether’s biography of Van Til

3.) Atheism, Amoralism, and Arationalism

4.) “For good people to do evil things, that takes religion”

5.) Swine Low Sweet Bacon Biscuits

6.) God Exists and You Know It: The Proof


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These are links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered from September 22nd-30th, 2015.

1.) The Proof and Evidence for God is Overwhelming pt 1

2.) John Frame free MP3: Inerrancy – A Place to Live

3.) Apologetics and Your Kids (Pt.10) – Another Slogan

4.) Videos: God Keep Our Land Apologetics Conference 2015

5.) September Ministry Update: Frontline Apologetics

6.) Steve Hays look at an atheist: On the Beach

7.) Foreword to Apologetics: A Justification of Christian Belief


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These are links concerning Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between September 8th-15th, 2015.

1.) The Powerful Reasons to Know Christianity is True: Part I

2.) Cold Case Christianity by J. Warner Wallace – A Brief Review

3.) The Confusion of Confucius

4.) Presuppositional Apologetics and Mormonism: Jeff Durbin’s Apologia Academy

5.) Why Non-Christian Education Fails: Godless Education

6.) After the dust settles



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These are links concerning Presuppositional apologetics gathered from September 1st-7th, 2015.

1.) Presuppositionalism and Reformed Theology

2.) Why Village Atheists and News Media Shouldn’t Pretend to be Exegetes

3.) Deism as atheism’s poor cousin



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These links are gathering between May 1st-7th, 2015.



3.) Hindus’ “Where was God” Argument Against Christianity Self-refutes Hinduism


4.) Lee Strobel Meme: Saved by Intellectual Assent or True Faith


6.) Retooling TAG

7.) Believe it or not: 5 types of doubters

8.) Vern Poythress’ Foreword to Jonathan Stoddard’s Book, “Computer Science”


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Here are links on Presuppositional apologetics posted on the World Wide Web between January 15th-21st, 2015.  Enjoy!

1.) Blog Series Annoucement: Worldview Dilemmas in the Movies and Comics

2.) Arguments from Authority

3.) Charles Darwin, Creationist at Heart?

4.) The Denial of the Wrong God

5.) My First Online Presuppositional Debate (SEP 2013; Transcript)

6.) Moral opinions

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These are links related to Presuppositional apologetics (Van Tillian apologetics, Covenantal apologetics, etc) from around the World Wide Web between February 21st-28th, 2014.

What links were you blessed by?  Do share with us!

1.) Keller Quits God!–Ben Holloway on Tim Keller’s apologetic methodology.

2.) Transcendental Analysis Defeats the Anti-theism of Bart Ehrman

3.) Riddle me this!–Steve Hays on Antony Flew’s infamous parable about the invisible gardner and how it’s self-refuting.

4.) If I Had a Hammer, I’d Hammer this Point Over and Over Again–Gary DeMar on the atheist foundation.

5.) Parsing perspectivalism–Steve Hays

6.) Why I Love John Frame’s “Biblicism” & You Should Too

7.) Bill Nye Admits Loss–Thoughts from Frontline Reformed Apologetics.

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These are links I found online on Presuppositional apologetics during early January 2013.  Enjoy!

1.)Descartes’ Doubt: Reality vs Dreaming — A Christian Solution–Mike Robinson addresses from the Christian worldview the problem of whether or not everything is just a dream.

2.) Confidence is not Bigotry–Ben Holloway explains that Christian confidence in the truth is not the same thing as bigotry.

3.) The Creator Creature Distinction–RazorKiss explains the Creator/Creature distinction, an important theological point for Van Tillian apologetics.

4.) Van Til on Human Reason–A commentary on a quote from Van Til that touches on how a view of human reason that does not begin with God ends up being arbitrary.

5.) Why do we expect the future to be like the past?–Chris Bolt’s brief and to the point critique of attempts to respond to the problem of the principle of uniformity.

6.) In moments like these–Steve Hays take on the apostate reasoning of Peter Enns on Sandy Hook.

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Been pretty busy the last few days so there’s not much comment on each article this time.  These were some links I didn’t get around to put up the last time I had Presuppositional apologetics links.  Enjoy!

1.) Reason Requires God: Kant’s Transcendental Program Fails.

2.) Test of Faith.

3.) The Robbery of Neutrality.

4.) Linus or Manmas?

5.) Are We Creating a Culture of Moral Misfits?

6.) The Flat Earth Myth: The Greatest Urban Legend of History

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Here are half-dozen or so Presuppositional apologetics links that I found worth the reader’s attention!

1.) John Frame and Vern Poyhress’ website is asking for financial support for their excellent website, which many of you might have benefited from their free resources…which will also have a major overhaul!

2.) Understanding the Nature of Scripture, of Jesus, and the “Dis-Ease” of Theistic Evolutionists (BioLogos) by Callie Joubert, over at the Answer’s Research Journal.

3.) Perspicacity and Ignorance--by RazorKiss over at Choosing Hats blog.

4.) New E-book sold: The Sure Existence of Moral Absolutes: The Proof that God Exists, by Mike Robinson.

5.) A Non-Specialist Can Earnestly Defend the Faith by Ben Russell.

6.) Thoughts on the Use of Exegesis in Apologetics by Fred Butler.

7.) Triablogue’s 10,000 Post– I have been challenged and encouraged by the amazing crew at that blog when it comes to apologetics, theology, politics and worldview, with the incredible Steve Hays leading the way!

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Steve Hays, the big contributor behind the impressive Triablogue, where they battle unbelief everyday, has loaded up a PDF of his Master’s Thesis that he wrote under John Frame.

The thesis is on Apostasy in Pastoral Theology.  You can access the PDF directly by clicking HERE.

It comes in at 267 pages long!

I have yet to read it; seems like this week on Veritas Domain we have two entry on free things from Steve Hays!

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This is put out by Monergism.com!

God’s Canon – New! –
by Steve Hays

Available in Kindle .mobi and ePub formats

Traditionally, the case for the Protestant canon has emphasized external lines of evidence (e.g. Josephus, church fathers), as well as the witness of the Spirit. And that remains a valid line of evidence.

More recently, however, many scholars have been giving close attention to the intertextuality of Scripture as well as the paratextuality of the canon. That’s a neglected line of internal evidence for the canon of Scripture. And it dovetails with the self-witness of Scripture.

The chapters in this book emphasize the self-attestation of Scripture to the canon of Scripture via intratextual, intertextual, and paratextual lines of evidence. The Bible is far more self-contained and self-referential than first meets the eye.

To the degree that the canon of Scripture is grounded in the self-witness of Scripture, we have not only a canon of infallible books, but an infallible canon–where one infallible book implicitly bears witness to another (or other) infallible book(s), through a tapestry of allusions, foreshadowings, and other types of cross-attestation.

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