A Foundational Self-Contradiction in Presuppositional Apologetics

People familiar with Christian apologetics know that Presuppositional Apologetics is often charged with relentless circularity. It is charged thus because it starts with the premise that the Bible is true because the Bible says it’s true. This circularity is not what I’m talking about in this article. Instead, I want to address the very sourceContinue reading “A Foundational Self-Contradiction in Presuppositional Apologetics”

My Thoughts on Presuppositional Apologetics

By Nate Labadorf I’ve thought a fair bit about presuppositional apologetics this last year and have come to some mixed conclusions. At first, I thought it was a poor system because it starts with a viscously circular argument. But, after further reflection, I did find some value in it. On the plus side, it doesContinue reading “My Thoughts on Presuppositional Apologetics”