Often, the most difficult aspect of convincing Christians to get involved in politics is to convince them that though they are physically present, they are spiritually absent. This is not to say Christians in America aren’t involved in the political arena, but that they are waging war in that arena without God and disarmed of […]
A reader recently asked me if American Vision produced any resources for presuppositional apologetics. While the immediate answer is “Yes!,” the fact that it was asked made me realize that perhaps a lot of our newer readers are not aware of many of our core, basic, and foundational resources. In the interest of introducing these, […]
Of all the hard questions produced by atheists, the granddaddy of them all is surely this: “If God made everything, who made God?” To understand the thinking behind the question, let’s turn to the High Priest of Atheism, Professor Dawkins himself. In his 400-odd page polemic against his creator, The God Delusion, he wrote the […]
In a recent pair of attacks on the use of Presuppositional Apologetics (PA) in the abortion debate, Pyromanics (brought to you by MacArthur’s own Phil Johnson) blogger Frank Turk taunts all would-be critics, “Pack a Lunch.” Let me say, I am glad I saved my lunch until afterward. Turk blasts: [L]et me say this to […]
Patience and more patience are your watchwords since you know that he’s (she’s) the semi-naïve, hyper-indoctrinated victim of humanist-centered schemes. (And be more kind than necessary. Remember that everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle.) You’ll do well to pause and listen often; something that will get easier with time and the confidence that comes with experience. Here’s the core issue: You say God exists; your humanized victim disagrees, and you both have reasons for your convictions. So where to start?