Tag: James Anderson
Dr. Paul Copan’s “critique” of presuppositionalism has started a minor furor over at TGC, with my response as only the first of many.
Copan on Presuppositionalism
Does Presuppositionalism Begs the Question
Paul Copan on Common Ground
Does Presuppositionalism engage in question-begging?
K. Scott Oliphint
Answering Objections to Presuppositionalism…
Ben Wallis on Van Tilian Presuppositionalism (Updated)
UPDATE: Ben Wallis has edited his post to reflect his take on my concerns. See here – http://benwallis.blogspot.com/2012/02/reasonable-doubtcasters-on-van-tilian.html?showComment=1330427431782#c5897980217578008803
I like Ben Wallis, and he takes some really interesting angles in philosophical discussions, but I fear we often talk past one another.
Perhaps I am missing something in Ben’s most recent post, but his comments there appear less than fair. You may read the post in its entirety here – http://benwallis.blogspot.com/2012/02/reasonable-doubtcasters-on-van-tilian.html.
In that post, Wallis praises the recent work of the Reasonable Doubts podcast that pertains to presuppositional apologetics. Essentially, the hosts there appealed to Michael Martin’s TANG, Mitch …
“Positive Mysterianism Undefeated” by James Anderson
Now available here:
Why I Am Not a Panentheist by James Anderson
“The Lord of Non-Contradiction: An Argument for God from Logic” by James Anderson and Greg Welty
I have been looking forward to this paper since I saw it alluded to in Anderson’s response to David Reiter. You can read it here –