About

Defense of Faith was created on October 2015, after a follower of my now defunct apologetics blog, True Forms, encouraged me to re-create a new blog dedicated to presuppositional apologetics. I unintentionally deleted True Forms as I was deleting some other blogs that I created. Fortunately, the follower pointed me to Wayback Machine which contained archives of most, but not all blog posts from True Forms. As of October 29, 2015, I am currently in the processing of transferring the posts from the archived blog to this one.

I hope that this blog would help equip my fellow Christian soldiers across the web to give an answer for the hope that is within them.

Be Blessed!

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11 thoughts on “About

  1. Wow glad to have you back! A month ago someone told me your blog was down. I couldn’t find you on Facebook. So I started reconstructing the ultimate collection list and had it up on our blog with some update (more addition and deleting defunct links). Hope you didn’t mind that!

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  2. Eric Stampher

    Hi — This looks interesting. Will you be engaging with commenters? I’m falling under the spell of the belief that the WCF1.1 is all wet when it raises the adequacy of Scripture as resource material for salvation above what He made in “nature.” And so I’d like intelligent discussion to save me from my follies if needed. Do you intend to offer some commentation to commentation?

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      1. Eric Stampher

        Do you intend to engage much with commenters? I had a question above I’d love some help with.

        Re “the belief that the WCF1.1 is all wet when it raises the adequacy / quality / potency of Scripture as resource material for salvation above what He made in “nature.” And so I’d like intelligent discussion to save me from my follies if needed.”

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