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Here are links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between September 8th-14th, 2018.

1.) The Foundation of Science is God

2.) Apologetics Sermon Illustration #49: There are Too Many Religions Which One is True and Counterfeit Currencies

3.) Frank Turek taking on Atheist with The Transcendental Argument

4.) A WARNING ABOUT JASON L. PETERSEN’S APOLOGETICS MINISTRY

5.) General Revelation Part 1

6.) Karl Barth and Cornelius Van Til on Natural Theology

 

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Here are the Presuppositional links from the world wide web between August 22nd-31st, 2018.

1.) Atheism is Impossible – Disproving Atheism at Its Foundation

2.) Tolerance? Church Vandalized

3.) THE “Butler” article

4.) Adventures in Branch-Cutting

5.) Knowing the Trinity: How Perspectives in Human Knowledge Imitate the Trinity (Excerpt)

6.) Sye TenBruggencate: NEW VIDEOS!

7.) Secular bromides on death

8.) Bible Thumping Wingnut Show #36 : UFC President Dana White Fears Religion

9.) Numerous Proofs for the Existence of God

 

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Here are Presuppositional apologetics’ links gathered between August 15-21st, 2018.

1.)  The Problems of Evil Conference MP3s

2.) HONORING GOD IN YOUR APOLOGETICS

3.) Pastor Mike Winger on Presuppositionalism

4.) Cosmic simulation

5.) Would Paul the Apostle Debate Modern Evolutionists?

6.) The Folly of Atheism & Deism

7.) God Doesn’t Believe in Atheists

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Confidence to Answer: A South Bay Apologetics Project just sponsored a one day conference a few days ago on August 18th, 2018 on the issue of “The Problems of Evil.”  It took place at Branch of Hope Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Torrance, California.

The audio MP3s of the conference is now available online!

It seems that although California as a state is very liberal there are Christians who are active in preaching and defending the truth from the last few days of conferences audios we have shared on our blog.

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These are links on Presuppositional apologetics gathered between August 8th-14th, 2018.

1.) Atheism: Three Problems that Result in a Strikeout

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3.) IT’S A SHAME THAT “BIBLICIST” IS SUCH A NASTY TERM – A RESPONSE TO TABLETALK’S ‘SHOULD WE READ THOMAS AQUINAS?’”

4.) Powerful Proof for God 2 Minutes

5.) Review: Karl Marx by William D. Dennison

6.) The Nature of Truth

7.) Duplication

8.) Chris Bolt’s Debate Statements Transcribed

9.) Hope for the Hood

 

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Here are the links related to Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between August 1st-7th, 2018.

1.) How an Atheist Became a Christian & Remained One Because of the Prodigious Proof

2.) Relativism Refutes Itself: Greg Bahnsen Clip

3.) Scripture’s Self-Attestation

4.) The Urgency of Apologetics

5.) No More Eisegesis

6.) The Bible’s Practice of Apologetics

7.) In the shadow of death

8.) Analysis of Rachel Held Evan’s Book “Inspired” Part 3: The Rest of Chapter 1

9.) Babylon Bee: Atheist Knocks On Christian Neighbors’ Door To Ask If He Can Borrow Pinch Of Morality From Worldview

 

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Greg Bahnsen was a disciple of Cornelius Van Til, the father of Presuppositional apologetics.  He’s done a lot to make Presuppositional apologetics understandable and to apply it.  I highly recommend his book Always Ready: Directions For Defending The Faith by Greg L. Bahnsen and you can read my review if you click on the link.

Here’s a nine minute video clip of Bahnsen speaking on the problem of Relativism and how relativism refutes itself:

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