Posts Tagged ‘Presuppostional apologetics’

As a Christian, why use Presuppositional Apologetics?  Arne of Apologetics Central answer the question in his first video.

I love the growing international flavor of Presuppositional Apologists.  Arne is from South Africa as you can tell from his accent!

Here’s the video description:


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Textual Criticism is the art and science of studying ancient manuscripts to find out what the text says from what the author first wrote a book, be it the Bible or other ancient writings.

For Christians textual Criticism is an important field both to know what God’s Word says and also as an apologetic.

There’s a lot of materials out there on the New Testament Textual Criticism, both in terms of books and internet resources.

There’s less for the Old Testament.

So below I have links to a three part audio series on MP3 on why we can know the words of the Old Testament are from the human authors (that is, it wasn’t changed).  Check it out!


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Point: When someone comes to you with an attack on the Bible where they say there is a Bible contradiction and they provide you with an example sometimes Christians can respond in a knee-jerk fashion of giving a haphazard answer where they are “winging it” in order to quickly defend the faith.  But sometimes the solution might not be adequate in that both the Christian defender and the skeptic attacker haven’t dealt with the passage properly.  How can you illustrate the importance of refuting an alleged Bible contradiction in a way that motivate Christians to go deeper?


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I love the amount of books from various publishers at the Shepherd’s Conference.

Here are the solid biblical books I recommend from the Conference that are deals but they fly below the radar of being publicized like in the Conference’s bulletins.  Note these books can be purchased online as well and I have linked them online in case they are no longer available.  Also I have linked to my book reviews.


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Brandon D. Crowe. Was Jesus Really Born of a Virgin?  Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, August 16th, 2013. 32 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Westminster Amazon

This booklet is part of the series “Christian Answers to Hard Questions” published by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing.  As the title for this particular work suggests this booklet looks at the question “Was Jesus Really Born of a Virgin?”  The author Brandon D. Crowe who presently serves as an Associate Professor of New Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary.  Crowe has written this helpful resource that is accessible for the layman.


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Here are the links related to Presuppositional apologetics gathered between December 15th-22nd, 2016.

1.) Everyone has an a priori

2.) Did God send himself to sacrifice himself to himself to save us from himself?

3.) Evidently Not

4.) A Snowman That Denies its Maker, is Abominable

5.) Abortionist Logical Consistency: A Right for the Goose Should be a Right for the Gander

6.) Planned obsolescence

7.) Presupp Movie Poster

8.) Soaring Eagle Radio: Dr. Jerry Bergman – Hitler and the Nazi Darwinian Worldview

9.) Enter for chance to win for FREE William Edgar’s forthcoming book, “Created & Creating.”


Missed the last round up?  Check out the re-blogged post from a friend OR that of Another REBLOG HERE

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