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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between January 22nd-31st, 2018.

1.) Defeating Relativism

2.) Where Josh McDowell and Presuppositionalists Agree: The Most Powerful Evidence for the Christian Faith

3.) Review: Apologetics: A Justification of Christian Belief

4.) Jason Lisle “The Ultimate Proof of Creation” Lecture at The Master’s Seminary

5.) Refuting Islam at Ground Level

6.) How to Defend the Christian Faith: Four Principles to Get Started

7.) Absolutely Subjective Moral Values

8.) Politics as Religion

9.) Atheists Know God Exists

10.) The Bible: is it guilty until proven innocent?

 

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Greg Bahnsen is one of my favorite Christian apologist although sadly he died too young.  He has popularized the apologetics’ method of Cornelius Van Til, the father of Presuppositional apologetics.  Bahnsen himself is probably best known for his debate with .  If you are new to Bahnsen you should check out this Free Greg Bahnsen Apologetics Course here.

Now there’s also something else from Bahnsen that is available for free online: His dissertation.

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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between December 15th-21st, 2017.

1.) God and Logic: Proof

2.) Audio Message: Resolving “Christmas” Bible Contradictions

3.) Greg Bahnsen Explains Evolution

4.) Presuppositionalism, Authority, and Sola Scriptura

5.) Honor and suffering

6.) Global Atheism Versus Local Atheisms

 

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Here are links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between September 8th-14th, 2017.

1.) Christian Paradigm Power: Atheism is Impossible

2.) THE LOGICAL PROBLEM WITH EVOLUTION

3.) Unique Way to Refute the Jehovah’s Witnesses

4.) What’s wrong with Hindu pantheism?

 

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Here are the links related to Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between August 1st-7th, 2017.

1.) Christianity: The Only Worldview of Truth

2.) No Absolute Truth

3.) Logic and Lily Pads

4.) Do Men Need Evidence For God Or Persuasion Of Guilt?

5.) SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR APOLOGETICS EXAM

 

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Here are Presuppositional Apologetics’ links gathered between February 22nd-28th, 2017.  Enjoy!

1. New Book Confutes Buddhism

2.Van Til: Dependence upon God

3. Jeff Durbin: Does Atheistic Morality Make Sense?

4.  If Materialism is True, Then Everything Stinks

5. Brother Walter’s Writings (E-Books)

6. Greg L. Bahnsen: None Better

7. God Does Not Exist, And I Hate Him So Much That I Will Devote My Entire Life To Destroying Him

8. Evolution is a channel, not a canal

9. Presuppositions and Public Discourse

 

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Pushing the Antithesis

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I must say that I am happy to see what seems to be an increase of books published on Presuppositional apologetics over the last few years, though one might ask which one among them would be the best introductory text.  In my opinion I believe this work serves as the best textbook if you are just getting your feet wet through Presuppositional apologetics or are involved in mentoring someone new to biblical worldview apologetics.  I also believe that this work is a lot more systematize than Greg Bahnsen’s more better known Always Ready.  The late Bahnsen was a student of Cornelius Van Til, the father of Presuppositional apologetics.  As with most of Greg Bahnsen’s apologetics work, this was put together after his death by his followers.  Gary DeMar based the book upon a series of lecture Bahnsen delivered to some college students.  DeMar does a good job in the book having great discussion questions after the end of each chapter that is helpful for discipleship.  I appreciate how the answers to the questions are also given in the end of the book.  For my apologetics’ discipleship program I find this feature helpful as a sort of “catechism” review after one is finish with the book.  It is not an easy task to teach Presuppositional apologetics or to think about worldviews for that manner and this book did a good job slowly building up to the Presuppositionalist’s argumentation.  Each chapter features also an exegetical observation section which I find to be important if we are saying our apologetics methodology does have some Scriptural support.  Each chapter also offer further resources for deeper study with some being books and others being articles available on the internet.  I appreciate the quotations of atheists, philosophers and nonbelievers throughout the book making the point that a consistent atheistic or unbelieving worldview often lead to despair and irrationality.  I know that some have faulted Greg Bahnsen for not emphasizing the Trinity in his presentation of Presuppositional apologetics such as in his incredible work, Van Til’s apologetics.  But here in this volume Bahnsen definitely developed more his presentation on the Trinity as the solution to the classic philosophical problem of the One and the Many.  If I have any major criticism of this book it would have to be Gary DeMar’s sources on several occasion comes from Wikipedia perhaps too often than I’m comfortable with.

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