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Here’s an older debate with Jeff Durbin and Vocab Malone that Vocab has recently uploaded on his Youtube channel.  The two of them teamed up to debate two opponents concerning the worldview of Christianity and atheism.

What Jeff Durbin does is an example of Presuppositional apologetics in action.

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Jeff Durbin is a pastor in Arizona who is also a Christian who engages actively in evangelism and apologetics.

Here he takes on the question “Does Atheistic Morality Make Sense?”

Here’s a taste of Presuppositional apologetics.

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Two Christian brothers whom I appreciate for their ministry discuss about abortion from a Christian worldview.

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Pastor and apologist Jeff Durbin has given a message last month that I somehow missed on Mormonism.

Here’s the video description:

Don’t miss this important message delivered by Jeff Durbin at a conference on Christian Apologetics. Jeff Durbin, of Apologia Church/Radio/TV, spoke on how to engage our Mormon friends, family, and neighbors.

Enjoy!

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Jeff Durbin

Jeff Durbin Pastor of Apologia Church, Christian apologist and host of Apologia Radio just spoke recently at a class on philosophy.  Here’s the video of it:

Here’s the video’s description:

Christian Apologist and Pastor, Jeff Durbin, was invited to speak to the Philosophy of Religion class at Scottsdale Community College. Initially, this was planned as a debate between Jeff and an Atheist. After being unable to find an Atheist to participate, Jeff was invited to give a positive presentation the existence of God and the truthfulness of the Christian Worldview.

Jeff presents and defends the claim: The proof of the Christian God is that apart from Him you can’t prove anything.

This is an excellent introduction to the Christian Worldview and the Biblical Gospel. We hope you’ll feel led to share this with your friends, family, and even those hostile to the Gospel.

It’s good to see someone applying Presuppositional apologetics as taught by Cornelius Van Til.

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