First, we are saying this: From ~CT, there a strong case for a systematic distrust of the reliability of the senses. What we are not saying: That from CT, there is a strong case for a systematic distrust of the reliability of the senses. This is only the case when the revelation of God to us is excluded from the equation of knowledge from the outset of the discussion.
CH INTRO: Starting Point of Knowledge
CH INTRO: Severing the Senses
CH INTRO: Memory, Senses, Reason, and Belief
CH: The Discussion, Part I
CH: The Discussion, Part II
CH: Do we know anything at all?
CH: Science is not that simple – Part I
CH: Science is not that simple – Part II
CH: Faith and Final Authority
CH: A Feminist examines Presup
CH: A Study in the Nature of God’s Word, Part 3
CH: But you use your senses to read the Bible!
There is more. That, however, should suffice.