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Presuppositional Apologetics

For those who study and practice presuppositional apologetics, or for those interested in learning more about it.

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Cornelius Van Til was a 20th century Christian apologist who drew this diagram while teaching classes in seminary. Below is an explanation of this diagram by one of his students.

“Van Til . . . always taught that a Christian worldview should be represented by two circles (for Creator and creature), clearly distinct from one another, with the larger one (representing God) on top. One circle alone referred to the non-Christian worldview, in which man and God (if he exists) are on the same level, part of one reality.” John Frame, Cornelius Van Til: An Analysis of His Thought, (Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, 1995), p. 27.

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Started by Edazzel May 5, 2014.

First presuppositions 5 Replies

Hello there everyone,As a presuppositionalist, I am looking for a bit of help from other presuppositionalists. I have an agnostic friend whom I often debate with over the truth of Christianity. In…Continue

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Started by David Scruggs. Last reply by David Scruggs Jan 13, 2014.

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What are some popular arguments that presuppositionalists hold? I'm just being introduced to this belief and am curious to know more about it. It's definitely intelligent, to say the least.Continue

Started by Matthew Villarreal. Last reply by Tony J. Bowe Dec 30, 2012.

How did you first learn about presuppositional apologetics? 26 Replies

How did you first learn about presuppositional apologetics?  I first learned about it in college when a friend loaned me a tape set by Greg Bahnsen.  I was blown away!  To learn about how if you…Continue

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Started by Dustin Crider. Last reply by Robert Driskell Apr 23, 2012.

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Comment by Dustin Crider on January 15, 2011 at 7:04am

Here is a link to some free apologetics lectures! 

http://christcollegeblog.com/2011/01/14/biblical-presuppositional-a...

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Comment by Dustin Crider on August 18, 2010 at 9:20pm
Anyone out there interested in writing a guest blog post for my website (takingeverythoughtcaptive.com)? The topic can be anything related to the Christian faith and worldview. My topics typically center around science, apologetics, and creationism, but you wouldn't necessarily be constrained to those. Let me know if you are interested by send me an email at takingeverythoughtcaptive@gmail.com.
Comment by Tony J. Bowe on July 8, 2010 at 12:21am
That's a fantastic article, Dustin. I read it multiple times when they first published it. Got to love AiG :-)
Comment by Dustin Crider on July 5, 2010 at 1:00pm
Helpful resource at AiG. 12 Arguments Evolutionists Should Avoid.

http://www.answersingenesis.org/get-answers/features/arguments-evol...
Comment by Tony J. Bowe on May 31, 2010 at 10:26pm
Yeah it's an absolutely phenomenal piece. The ease of the "conversation" was so well articulated and humble that I couldn't help but come away inspired and edified.
Comment by Dustin Crider on May 31, 2010 at 9:16pm
@Tony J. Bowe. I really like that pamphlet. Van Til shows his pastoral side, which is enjoyable. The last two sentences are great. "Well, my meanderings have, to be sure, been circular; they have made everything turn on God. So now I shall leave you with Him, and with His mercy."
Comment by Tony J. Bowe on May 30, 2010 at 12:31am
Just finished reading this excellent piece by Van Til - many of you have probably read it before. It's:

Why I Believe in God

An absolutely fantastic work. Enjoy!
Comment by Dustin Crider on May 17, 2010 at 5:15pm
 

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