Why Is Presuppositionalism Mistaken?
And Why the Big Deal?
Why is Cornelius Van Til’s Presuppositionalism mistaken?
Why the big deal?
If you’d like to dig into our material, here are the most relevant links:
First, a quick an essential overview from RC Sproul:
Christianity and Van Tillianism | Tabletalk
Many theologians believe that in spite of his good intentions, Van Til's system of thought manifests a number of…
The Fight Against Presuppositionalism: Why Does It Matter?
In the recent weeks, we've really amped up our opposition to presuppositional…
Dear Dr. Frame: When Will the Presuppositionalists Clarify Their View?
At FTNCI, we firmly believe that the risen Lord Jesus sees Presuppositionalism (and every other variety of fideism) as…
Why Presuppositionalists Get Angry
A Modest Inquiry into the Cause and Nature of the Petty and Personal Malice Van Tillians Characteristically Display…
How I Got from Alpha to Omega
In light of the current "Progressive" assault on the rule of law and all on standards…
How to Know If You Are Presuppositionalist or a Classicalist
Do you believe it is valid to reason to God from evidence and reason? If you answered…
Van Til vs. Christianity
Peter: “Fellow Israelites, listen to this: Jesus of Nazareth was a man accredited by God to you by miracles, wonders…
Revelation and Responsibility
One of the most important questions for the Christian intellectual is: How does the…
What Is Knowledge in Romans 1?
When it comes to a Christian view of philosophy--and especially a Christian view of epistemology--the primary battle…
A Cloud of Witnesses Against Presuppositionalism
It has been alleged that the growing number of us who sharply oppose presuppositionalism in the Church do so from a…
On Intellectual Adultery
One Adultery is often thought of as one of the most serious of sins (and rightly so)…
From My Point of View YOUR Worldview Is Circular!
Reflections on the Presuppositionalism Debates
*The video below is similar to the two FTNCI debates with Seth Bloomsburg above, and it expands on some of the themes.
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