Unbelievers and the Knowledge of God: Biblical Warrant for a Presuppositional Apologetic

Tuesday, 28 Aug 2007

Given that everyone, in all places at all times knows the true God but seeks to suppress that knowledge, what is a proper defense of the Christian faith?
This article will set forth several of the main theological tenets of an approach to apologetics typically labeled "presuppositionalism." That label itself can be confusing, since there are various approaches seeking to take pre-suppositions seriously and to incorporate them in their methods. E. J. Carnell, Francis Schaeffer, and many others have been aware of the crucial role that presuppositions play in our thinking. As such, our first task is to clarify what kind of presuppositionalism is being discussed. I believe the apologetic approach presented most consistently by Cornelius Van Til during his forty plus years ...

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