An Informal Introduction to Covenantal Apologetics: Part 37 – Communication, personhood, meaning, purpose, and other human experience.

By C.L. Bolt

There are many other features of human experience which are possible only because of the truth of the Christian worldview and the existence of the God of Scripture. Communication, personhood, meaning, and purpose are some examples. The inductive and deductive characteristics of language in addition to the common ground shared by all believers and non-believers in God’s world make communication possible. Having been created in the image of God, we as human beings reflect in our communication that communication which exists between the persons of the tri-une God of Scripture. We are likewise persons who exist in an ultimately personal as opposed to an impersonal context.

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An Informal Introduction to Covenantal Apologetics: Part 38 – Impossibility of science.

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