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Here are links related to Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between June 15th-21st, 2019.

1.) Logical Positivists (Naturalists) Fail To Be Consistent Within Itself (Ep.24)

2.) Bible Contradiction? Who were the sons of David born in Hebron?

3.) Secular researchers agree: worldviews control science!

4.) Reformed Forum Show: The Problem of the One and the Many

5.) DEBATE: Apologetics Methodology Presuppositionalism vs Evidentialism Pt. 3

6.) Van Tilian or Van Tillian? The Debate Settled

7.) Thank You Reformed Fellowship Inc.!

 

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Here are links related to Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between June 8th-14th, 2019.

1.) Ep. 23 – How To Be An Atheist – Ch.4 – Science & The Humean Condition

2.) Review: Richard Dawkins

3.) Beware Greeks Bearing Gifts:  Part 2 of a Review of J.V. Fesko’s Reforming Apologetics

4.) Pluralism as Dogma

5.) I was a teenage fundamentalist

6.) Bible Contradiction? Where did Joseph’s brothers find the hidden money?

7.) Which side has the most to lose?

8.) Reforming Apologetics (Introduction)

Bonus: Ten Principles When Considering Alleged Bible Contradictions (Not necessarily Presuppositional but still helpful)

 

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Here are links gathered from June 1st-7th, 2019 concerning Presuppositional Apologetics or related topics that those into Presuppositional apologetics would find interesting.

1.) What About Those Who Never Heard the Gospel? John 14:6 and Lost Tribes

2.) Problem of Suffering in light of Christ and Psalm 23

3.) Four Distinct Advantages of a Theistic Worldview — Cold Case Christianity

4.) Three Methods of Apologetics and Why it Matters

5.) Common Notion Confusion: Part 1 of a Review of J.V. Fesko’s Reforming Apologetics

6.) Leftists living at home and unemployed

7.)There Are Good Scientific Reasons To Believe Science Does Not Replace God (Ep.22)

8.) The Secularist Dilemma

9.) J. V. Fesko’s Reforming Apologetics—Retrieving the Classical Reformed Approach to Defending the Faith—A Critical Review (1 of 4)

 

 

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I have posted in the past “.”  That post was about how the alleged problem of evil presupposes Christian theism.  In this present post I’m assuming what’s taught in that previous post.  Yet what is presented here is not just looking at the problem of evil in terms of suffering from another angle but should be joined with the first post as reinforcing a Christian treatment of theodicy.

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This is a lecture by James Anderson.  James Anderson is a Professor of Theology and Philosophy with Reformed Theological Seminary.  He’s also written on apologetics, philosophy and the Christian worldview in academic circles and also books for a popular audience.

Here is a lecture he delivered in 2018.

Here’s the video below:

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These are links concerning Presuppositional apologetics gathered from May 15th-21st, 2019.

1.) Since God is Unchanging Atheism is Impossible

2.) Apologetics Sermon Illustration #51: The Person who denied the Sun

3.) Anti-theism Presupposes Theism

4.) Understanding the Opposition

5.) Updates to Van Til PDF’s Section

6.) Updated:

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GO TO PART 50

 

Point: An argument in the arsenal of Presuppositional apologetics is the Transcendental argument.  John Frame describes apologist Cornelius Van Til’s transcendental argument in the following matter with one of Van Til’s famous illustration:

The non-Christian, then, in Van Til’s famous illustration, is like a child sitting on her father’s lap, slapping his face. She could not slap him unless he supported her. Similarly, the non-Christian cannot carry out his rebellion against God unless God makes that rebellion possible. Contradicting God assumes an intelligible universe and therefore a theistic one.

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I think what follows below is another illustration in explaining Presuppositional apologetics.

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