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A Gift From God: How Presuppositionalism Undermines Christianity Dan Courtney

A Gift From God: How Presuppositionalism Undermines Christianity

Dan Courtney

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The Christian apologetic known as Presuppositionalism, credited to Cornelius Van Til, states that the Christian Faith is the only basis for rational thought. By attempting to undermine other worldviews, Presuppositionalism seeks to establish theMoreThe Christian apologetic known as Presuppositionalism, credited to Cornelius Van Til, states that the Christian Faith is the only basis for rational thought. By attempting to undermine other worldviews, Presuppositionalism seeks to establish the Bible as the inerrant word of a God that must be presupposed to make sense of any human experience. A Gift From God exposes the flaws in the Presuppositionalist’s arguments and reveals the linguistic sleight-of-hand that is needed to sustain those flawed arguments. This book seeks to educate the non-believer so that they can more quickly identify the deception inherent in the Presuppositionalist arguments, and help the believer see that they are not only escaping the flawed arguments of traditional evidential apologetics, but they are escaping the grounds of rational discourse itself.Concise and accessible, A Gift From God is a handy reference for anyone encountering the Presuppositional apologetic, and provides valuable insight into the foundations of many of the arguments for God’s existence.