Well I've had to put up with that ****ing ukulele for ****ing months so you might as well:
Monday, 23 July 2012
Wednesday, 4 July 2012
Certain forms of "Presuppositional Apologetics", including most of the forms floating around the internet, hold
1. The Bible is the inerrant word of God
2. To take anything extra-Biblical as evidence for God (“evidentialism”) is sinful
The same presuppositionalists are also rather fond of quoting 1 Romans 20 in support of a claim that atheists do, despite their protestations, believe in God every bit as much as the devout:
For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuseNow, from 1, this is the inerrant word of God. And this inerrant word of God cites extra-Biblical evidence for the existence of God. “(T)he things that are made” are not exhausted by the Bible: we would have a poor creator whose only work was a book. Yet “the things that are made” are presented as reason the non-Christian should or, indeed, does believe in God.
It seems that God is an evidentialist. And that presuppositionalists think He's wrong.