NASHVILLE, Tennessee (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
American Vision is pleased to announce the release of “How to Answer the Fool: A Presuppositional Defense of the Faith” on DVD. Produced by American Vision in association with Crown Rights Productions and Absolute Apologetics, the feature-length film and companion study guide are now available for a limited time exclusively at AmericanVision.org. Both items will be in stores nationwide on August 6th, with distribution by Elevate Entertainment.
Not since the late Dr. Greg Bahnsen debated Dr. Gordon Stein in "The Great Debate: Does God Exist?" have we really seen presuppositional apologetics in action. And few have taken it into culture to show that there are only two positions, Christ or absurdity.
In “How to Answer the Fool,” apologist Sye Ten Bruggencate takes this apologetic to the streets and universities exposing the logical inconsistencies of the unbeliever (and dare we say some 'Christians') by showing that we don't need evidence to prove that God exists.
"Within a minute or two you’ll see highly intelligent college students stunned at their inability to answer questions about knowledge and ethics,” says Gary DeMar, president of American Vision. “This six-part video series is a game-changer, not only for the unbelieving world but also for Christian apologists who compromise the gospel by arguing for the possibility that God exists and not the certainty of God’s existence."
Produced as a cinematic film, “How to Answer the Fool” teaches viewers how to deliberately and strategically defend the Faith. The DVD and study guide have been adapted for use in small groups and Sunday School classes, making it a useful tool for both individual or group study.
“How to Answer the Fool” has earned a top rating from the Dove Foundation. Their website states: "This is a wonderful tool and an inspiring and remarkable DVD to watch if you want to learn more about answering the fool who boasts he does not believe in God. This one has earned five Doves from us. This incredible DVD is one that you might wear out."