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Transcript By the way, when people use the term racism today, the term racism, you got to be careful and you got to understand what people are talking about. Because when people say racism, they could mean you are being accused of being an individual who has racist, prejudicial ideas toward other individuals. Or, they […]

A common argument against the Bible is that God is immoral because He commanded the Israelites to commit genocide. This is a summary of Michael J. Kruger’s excellent article, “Is the God of the Bible a Genocidal Maniac?” Deuteronomy chapter 20, verses 16-17 says this: “But in the cities of these peoples that the Lord […]

A common argument against Christianity and the Bible is that the God of the Bible is immoral. For example, popular atheist Richard Dawkins writes this in The God Delusion: “The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a […]

Yeah, well, the documents that we have are just late documents and we don’t know what there were in those earlier documents. Okay, um, all right, let’s look at that for a moment, shall we? When we’re talking about the manuscripts themselves—because there are some issues that we have to talk about there—when it comes […]

Three Foundational Worldviews You either have materialism, dualism, or some religious philosophy, and of course, there’s a plethora of religious philosophies. How do we, as presuppositionalists pursue Step Four: showing the failure to provide the preconditions of intelligibility with respect to the different worldviews that we can encounter? Materialism Let’s start with the materialist. We […]

Jeff Durbin analyzes three responses to the problem of morality that atheism has. Generally speaking, atheists suggest that their basis for morality is either 1) preference, 2) societal convention, or 3) the desire to survive and flourish. Learn the problems with these proposed solutions to the problem of morality. Video Transcript So the atheist has […]

Is there an irrefutable proof for Christianity? Yes, and here it is. Christianity, or, more specifically, the biblical worldview, must be true because without it, it would be impossible to know anything at all. In other words, biblical revelation is the necessary foundation for things like the laws of logic, the uniformity of nature, and […]

This is the transcript of the radio debate between presuppositionalist Greg Bahnsen and atheist George Smith on the topic, “The Case For/Against God.” George Smith – Opening Moderator: Well, let’s start with the George Smith. The status quo is existence of God. Most people would believe in that, so since you are sort of opting […]

This is a transcript of the debate between Greg Bahnsen and Edward Tabash on the topic, “Does God Exist?” This debate took place at UC Davis in 1993. The video below contains timestamps. Bahnsen – 1st Opening Statement The Centrality of Presuppositions Tonight’s debate is kind of like going to a movie after it’s started, […]

This is a transcript of the debate between Greg Bahnsen and Gordon Stein titled, “The Great Debate: Does God Exist?” The video of the debate, with timestamps, is also available. Bahnsen – 1st Opening Statement Introductory Remarks I’m Arguing for Christian Theism It is necessary at the outset of our debate to define our terms; […]

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