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These are links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered from February 1st-7th, 2016.


2.) Objective Moral Values or Mere Subjective Preferences?

3.) What hath Apologetics to do with Discipleship?

4.) Christian and Non-Christian Views: Reality

5.) January 2016 Ministry Update: Frontline Apologetics

6.) Scripture Refutes Empiricism [Gordon H. Clark]

7.) Superstitious Scientists


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Last fall Christian apologist Dr. James White debated the Muslim Ayoob Karim on the topic, “Is Jesus God?”  This took place in South Africa.

Here’s the video of the debate:

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For those who have followed Presuppositional apologetics for quite some time you might be familiar with the name Jeff Downs.  He is currently the pastor of Lebanon Presbyterian Church in South Carolina.  He is involved with the apologetics’ scene for years even before he officially became a pastor.  I look forward to what God will continue to do through him.  At his church he’s begun a series for his youth on apologetics.  This is currently an ongoing series.  

I’ve included the link to the Sermon audio page on the right with the direct link to the audios on the left.



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These links are related to Presuppositional apologetics and are gathered

1.) Voddie Baucham lectures on Apologetics at DTS

2.) If There Is No God, Then There Is No Sense


4.) The Power of the Christian Worldview in Evangelism by Jay Wegter

5.) Proof for the Existence of God that You May Not Like Nor Accept


7.) Is There Such a Thing as “Common Ground” Between the Believer and the Unbeliever?


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jay wegter worldview

Jay Wegter an instructor in Christian Ministries at The Master’s College has taught on the topic of “The Power of the Christian Worldview in Evangelism” that is available in two parts on Youtube.  First let me share his biography:

An experienced pastor and Bible teacher, Mr. Wegtter has a B.A. degree from Christian Heritage College and a Master of Divinity degree from The Master’s Seminary.  He founded Gospel for Life in 2005, which is a training ministry which assists local churches in fulfilling The Great Commission through evangelistic outreach and through curriculum designed to keep the Gospel central in discipleship.  Jay is co-author of the book, “This Little Church had None,” which was the featured gift book at the Shepherds’ Conference in 2009.  He has written other resources on the Christian life and is a professional artist.

Here are the videos:


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old testament scrolls

Christians should know the Prophecies concerning the Gospel.  Speaking about the Gospel, Romans 1:2 states that the Gospel is that “which He promised beforehand through His prophets in the holy Scriptures.  In the Greek “promised beforehand” is a compound word that is redundant, the preposition “ahead of time” and the verb “promise,” it thus strongly emphasize temporal sequence of promise and fulfillment (Moo, 44).  So the Gospel was predicted a long time ago in the Old Testament Scriptures.  Note the plural in”prophets” and “Scriptures” that thus indicate multiple authors and books in the Bible that these prophecies have been made.  Do you know more than one Messianic prophecies?  Off the top of your head, do you know any Old Testament prophecies about Jesus?  Are you aware of Isaiah 53 and Psalms 22?  Do you know more than one Messianic prophecies?  Vow to study them if you don’t!  But don’t just study it academically or to win arguments; study Messianic prophecies to worship God, and experience that joy and assurance knowing that its all true!  Some might think “Why?  I am not Jewish so why study the Old Testament?”  But knowing the context of Romans should encourage us to study the Old Testament even as Gentiles, Paul is addressing primarily Gentiles believers and he states the importance of the Old Testament here!  Matter of fact Paul quotes and allude to the Old Testament in Romans more than any other epistles.   Study the Old Testament for Christians should know the Prophecies concerning the Gospel.


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when i hear put god in a box argument

Last Saturday I wrote a post titled “Does 2 Timothy 4:13 undermine the Doctrine of Inerrancy?” in which I evaluated an argument from an internet discussion that attacked the doctrine of Biblical inerrancy from a professing Christian.  As I stated in that previous post there was a lot of things this individual said that I want to respond to but I don’t have the time to respond to them in full concerning the matter of inerrancy.  Here in this post I want to respond to another argument given by the individual attacking inerrancy which I shall call the “God-in-A-Box-Argument-Against-Biblical-Inerrancy:”

The problem with referring to the Bible as the COMPLETE and inerrant word of God is that we limit the ministry of the Holy Spirit and the gift of prophecy.  By so doing, God has been gagged, and cannot reveal a new word, for fear of false teachers and prophets.  In light of this, I do believe we are in danger of repeating the mistakes of the Pharisees, and will brand as heretics true prophets of God and ministers of His Word.

Elsewhere in this person’s post the individual talk about putting “God in a box.”  How shall we respond to this argument against Biblical Inerrancy?


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