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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between January 8th-14th, 2019.

1.) Is God Real? Evidence from the Laws of Logic

2.) Announcement: Our Collection of Posts Responding to Bible Contradictions is up to date

3.) Different objects (God and apples) require different kinds of evidence for their detection

4.) Refuting Buddhism: A Path Empty of Necessities and Truth

5.) Is God Real? Examining Atheistic Explanations for the Laws of Logic as “Brute Realities

6.) Bible Contradiction? Did Jesus tell his disciples everything?

 

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Here are links concerning Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between January 1st-7th, 2018.

1.) What if evolution bred reality out of us?

2.) Intellectually Bipolar Secular Humanist College Student on Sexuality

3.) God Blesses Preaching

4.) Joyriding

5.) Worst Book I read in 2018

 

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Happy New Year!

These are links gathered from December 22nd-31st, 2018 related to Presuppositional apologetics!  Enjoy!

1.) Solving the Matrix, Brain in Vat Problems; 2. Bush Dies 3. Proof for God

2.) The Ultimate Proof of Creation Discussion Guide: Table of Contents

3.) A response to a response to Frame’s presuppositionalism

4.) 2018’s Top 10 Post on Veritas Domain

5.) ATHEISM: AN IRRATIONAL WORLDVIEW

6.) Composting human bodies

 

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I somehow forgot to make a table of contents for the discussion guide but putting it up now.

Below are links to posts with questions that might be helpful for individuals and small groups to facilitate discussions and learning based upon the apologetics’ book “Ultimate Proof of Creation” by Jason Lisle.  It is a book that teaches Presuppositional apologetics that engages apologetics at the level of worldview.  Cornelius Van Til was instrumental in beginning this form of apologetics and others have developed and applied it.  I recommend this book and you can read my   At this time I think this is THE book that I would recommend as an introduction to Presuppositional Apologetics.

For discussion guides based upon chapters click on the following:

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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between December 15th-21st, 2018.

(While it is not in this week’s round up I do want to share Christmas Recommended Books on Presuppositional Apologetics for 2018 since we are in the month of December)

1.) A Christian Response To “Nothing”.

2.) Collection of 50 Apologetics’ Illustrations

3.) Grieving as an atheist

4.) Review: Nature’s Case for God: A Brief Biblical Argument

5.) A Christian and a Buddhist Walk into a Coffee Shop

6.) The Gospel of Isaiah

 

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I’m glad I’m the first to review this new book on Amazon!

John Frame.  Nature’s Case for God: A Brief Biblical Argument. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, December 12th 2018. 124 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Westminster Amazon

Christian apologist and theologian John Frame has written this short book on a biblical natural theology.  If you have been studying theology for sometime now you might be familiar with this Reformed theologian.  I really enjoy John Frame for his discussion about theological method, apologetics methodology and the inter-relationship of doctrines and theological disciplines.  In this recent work Frame gives the topic of natural revelation a one volume treatment.

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Over some years I’ve been slowly writing down illustrations that I thought might be helpful for sermons or evangelism that has apologetics’ thrusts.

Here’s 50 of them arranged topically.  Which one was your favorite?

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