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unbelievers know God spirtually blind

Someone asked: Are unbelievers spiritually blinded? If everyone in their heart knows there is a God, how can they be blinded?

This is a question that particularly is one that concerns the Presuppositional Apologists who say nonbelievers in some sense actually know God but are also spiritually blinded.  If someone is not careful, one can think this is an objection to Presuppositional Apologetics.

Here’s my take:

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Here are links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between May 1st-7th, 2022.

1.) Cave to the Cross’ Does God Have Emotions? – Ep.174 – What About Evil? – The Suffering Redeemer – Part 1

2.) Apologetics Sermon Illustration #75: Shape Sorter Toy and how epistemology shape Metaphysics

3.) Bible Contradiction? When was Jesus rejected by the people in his hometown of Nazareth?

4.) The Non-Science of Physics?

5.) Apologetics Session 6: Atheism: Empiricism and Materialism

6.) Review: Van Til’s “A Survey of Christian Epistemology” Chapter 2

7.) Exploration 91 – Mutation, Evolution and Natural Selection

8.) A Matter of Faith — Movie Review

9.) Epic Presup Roundtable discussion COMING SOON!

10.) Christocentric Philosophy Meme

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We hit a new milestone for our blog Veritas Domain: Sometime yesterday on April 29th around 8 AM Pacific Standard Time we had 2.1 million total views!  That’s the total of view since our blog began in September 2006 but with most of the hits taking place the last few years.

It was 7 months ago to get to here from when we were at 2 million.  Took longer for this 100,000 than the previous milestones since it seems we have less hits than before.

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Providence Classical School

Seems there’s a lot of teachings on Presuppositional Apologetics being given this year so far!

These teachings was presented by Brad Finkbeiner on Presuppositional Apologetics. Brad Finkbeiner is the ethics and apologetics teacher for Providence Classical School at Spring, Texas.  His presentation on Presuppositional Apologetics is in two parts.

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Here are links related to the subject of Presuppositional apologetics gathered online between April 15th-21st, 2022.

1.) Cave to the Cross: Why The Incarnation Had To Happen – Ep.172 – What About Evil? – The Peerless Redeemer – Part 1

2.) Resolving 50 Bible Contradictions from Jesus’ Final Week to His Ascension

3.) Irrational Ethical Treatment of Animals

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Façades

Here are the links on Presuppositional apologetics from April 8th-14th, 2022!

1.) Cave to the Cross’ Apologetics: Romans 9 Answers Why Evil Exists – Ep.171 – What About Evil? – God’s Redemptive Glory In Scripture – Part 2

2.) Bible Contradiction? Who gave the law to Moses?

3.) The Proper Worldview is Imperative

4.) Thoughts on Evidence from 5th Plague in Exodus 9

5.) The Crucifixion and Counting to Three

6.) Video: Michael Kruger: How Did We Get the Bible?

7.) Apologetics Sermon Illustration #73: Will Smith Oscars’ 10 year Ban and Duration of Hell

8.) Daniel 9 Messianic Prophecy

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Michael Kruger

We have in the past posted on our blog Michael Kruger Faith to Life Lecture on the Self-Authenticating Scripture and his Four Lectures on the Canon by Michael J. Kruger (Free MP3s!).  Dr. Kruger is a Seminary president, New Testament Scholar, Presuppositional apologists and author who has made his contribution towards the work of the Lord in more ways than one.  Here’s a short video from the 2022 Ligonier Conference on “How Did We Get the Bible?”

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Here are links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between April 1st-7th, 2022.  Enjoy!

1.) Cave to the Cross: God Redeeming Evil In The Old Testament – Ep.170 – What About Evil? – God’s Redemptive Glory In Scripture – Part 1

2.) Bible Contradiction? Should we think for ourselves?

3.) Copycat: Genesis and the Ark of the Covenant

4.) Question on Religious Neutrality and Apologetics in Acts 17

5.) In What Ways is God the Foundation for all Knowledge?

6.) Apologetics Sermon Illustration #72: Javelin Missile and Laying out Biblical Doctrines for Apologetics’ Methodology

7.) A Veritas Domain Apologetics’ Meme

8.) Watch “TikTok PASTOR CALLS JESUS RACIST” on YouTube and Part 2

9.) Apologetics Session 3: Relationship of Faith and Reason

10.) Some Were Amazed, Others Thought the Believers Were Just Drunk

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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics that was rounded up from the web from March 22nd-31st, 2022.

1.) Cave to the Cross’ Christianity, Sci-Fi, & Indie Publishing – Ep.169 – Katie Roome From Periapsis Press Interview

2.) Apologetics Session 1: Apologetics: What and Why

3.) The Inferiority of Women According to Darwin

4.) Bible Contradiction? How many days is unleavened bread to be eaten during the passover?

5.) Why Do Atheists Care What Christians Believe?

6.) The Christian Tupac Apologist: Greg Bahnsen

7.) The Impossibility of the Contrary

8.) Apologetics Session 2: No Neutrality

9.) Review of Van Til’s Master’s Thesis titled “Reformed Epistemology”

10.) Being trapped in the wrong body is contrary to biblical truth

11.) Ringing Down the Curtain?

12.) Bible Contradiction? How long was the Egyptian Captivity?

13.) Neutrality is War

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Here are links related to Presuppositional apologetics’ gathered from March 15th-21st, 2022.  Enjoy!

1.) Cave to the Cross’ Was The Fall Necessary? – Ep.168 – What About Evil? – The Fortunate Fall & God’s Greatest Glory – Part 3

2.) Bible Contradiction? When did Jesus’s temple tantrum occur?

3.) Atheism is Rationally Unjustified

4.) Is this a Good Argument for Islamic Allah in the Bible?

5.) This Sunday at Church: Pray for Our Church’s Midweek Upcoming Presuppositional Apologetics’ Series

6.) A Primer on How to Think About History

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Here are links related to Presuppositional apologetics’ gathered from March 8th-14th, 2022.  There’s a lot of good links for this installment!  Enjoy!

1.) Cave to the Cross’ God’s Glory Seen In Evil – Ep.167 – What About Evil? – The Fortunate Fall & God’s Greatest Glory – Part 2

2.) Bible Contradiction? When did the Temple curtain tear?

3.) Walking Away from Creation Science?

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5.) A Comprehensive, Critical Evaluation, Review and Response of Without Excuse Chapter 3: John DePoe “The Place of Autonomous Human Reason and Logic In Theology”

6.) Atheism is Rationally Unjustified

7.) I’m excited to read the upcoming “Redeeming Our Thinking about History: A God-Centered Approach” By Vern Poythress

8.) How do you know what you know?

9.) Jim Elliot Fellowship Apologetics Conference Lectures by John O’Roark

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knight armor

Seems there’s more teachings on Presuppositional Apologetics out there recently!

These teachings was presented by John O’Roark on how to defend the Christian faith from a distinctly Presuppositional perspective.  John O’Roark functions as a Evangelistic Worker under Reformed Evangelistic Fellowship (REF).  This series is three parts and was taught for a conference called Jim Elliot Fellowship Apologetics Conference Lectures.  I haven’t been able to find out much information about it other than it took place in Chicago, Illinois.

The three lectures are:

  1. Competing Worldviews
  2. The Irrationality of Non-Christian Worldviews
  3. Apologetics Q&A

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Redeeming Our Thinking about History A God-Centered Approach By Vern Poythress

I normally don’t write a post before I finish a book but this is one of those exceptions.  I’m looking forward to Vern Poythress’ Redeeming Our Thinking about History: A God-Centered Approach.  Its coming out March 15th, 2022.

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Here are Presuppositional Apologetics’ links gathered between March 1st-7th, 2021.  Enjoy!

1.) Cave to the Cross’  The Greater-Glory Theodicy – Ep.166 – What About Evil? – The Fortunate Fall & God’s Greatest Glory – Part 1

2.) Bible Contradiction? Where did Aaron die?

3.) Leftist Political Activists in the Secular Science Industry

4.) Darwinism Undermines Value

5.) Watch “Reading the Bible and losing faith (Part 3)” on YouTube

6.) Review: The Box: Answering the Faith of Unbelief

7.) People need strong medicine, not kindness

8.) A Comprehensive, Critical Evaluation, Review and Response of Without Excuse Chapter 3: John DePoe “The Place of Autonomous Human Reason and Logic In Theology”

9.) Scott Oliphint on Revelational Epistemology

10.) Free PDF Apologetics’ Dissertation: Morality and the Personhood of God: A Moral Argument for the Existence of a Personal God

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Later post today!  First weekend of the month is usually very busy with ministry and I fell asleep on my computer trying to finish this book!

The Box Answering the Faith of Unbelief

Craig Biehl. The Box: Answering the Faith of Unbelief.  Franklin, TN: Carpenter’s Son Publishing, November 10, 2014. 160 pp.

5 out of 5

Purchase:  Amazon

Are you looking for a resource that shows what an evangelistic dialogue with an unbeliever from a Presuppositional apologetics’ perspective looks like, for the purpose of training and being spiritually equipped?  The author Craig Biehl has given us a great resources with his book The Box.  While coming from a Presuppositional Apologetics perspective (the author has a PhD from Westminster Theological Seminary, the school where Cornelius Van Til, the father of Presuppositional Apologetics once taught at) it is written with a pastoral heart for the general audience and with as little technical jargon as possible.  I appreciate that.  I suspect many Christians who pick up this book will too.

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