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These are links concerning Presuppositional apologetics gathered from December 1st-7th, 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.) Refute Being in a Matrix or Brain in a Vat

2.) In Defense of Christianity Lectures: Foundational Principles for Engaging an Unbelieving World

3.) The absurdity of life in a Christian universe

4.) When Progressive Ideologies Collide

5.) Apologetics Done Right: Jeff Durbin

6.) Check out my Book – Science Requires God

7.) 11 Great Books on Apologetics

 

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GO TO PART 48

Point: Have you ever faced the objection to Christianity that there are too many religions out there, how can it be that Christianity is the one that is true?  Or maybe it is phrased as “I can’t believe in any religion (including Christianity) because there’s too many other contradiction religions out there…”  How should Christians answer?

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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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GO TO PART 47

Point: Some Christians engage in apologetics in a piecemeal fashion.  They give evidence here and there.  They refute an objection here and there.  They might not realize the importance of Presuppositional apologetics (as taught by Cornelius Van Til) with its emphasis of going beyond the individual sparring of the skeptics’ objection and instead pursue refutations of the opponent’s worldview at the level of presuppositions.  How can you illustrate the importance of refuting an opponent’s worldview?

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