I am a fan of presuppositional apologetics. Helping a skeptic understand their foundational assumptions about how the world works before discussing matters of faith…. and here’s why!
The following is adapted from a Web site by Sye Ten Bruggencate, a presuppositional apologist. I encourage all who read this to actually go to the site and do the interactive exercise that begins on a page simply called THE PROOF.
Step One: Laws of Logic
The first step towards the proof that God exists is to determine whether you actually believe that laws of logic exist. Logical proof would be irrelevant to someone who denies that laws of logic exist. An example of a law of logic is the law of non-contradiction. This law states, for instance, that it cannot both be true that my car is in the parking lot and that it is not in the parking lot at the same time, and in the same way.
Step Two: Laws of Mathematics
The basic operations of arithmetic are addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Laws of mathematics…
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