Presuppositional apologetics

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'''Presuppositional apologetics''' is a form of Christian apologetics, largely [[Calvinist]] that asserts that the acceptance of the proposition "God exists" and the truth of the Christian Bible is necessary for making the world intelligible.
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'''Presuppositional apologetics''' is a form of Christian apologetics, largely [[Calvinist]] that asserts that the acceptance of the proposition "God exists" and the truth of the Christian Bible is necessary for making the world intelligible. Presuppositional apologetics usually hinges on the rejection of Thomist apologetics, which attempt to establish logical proofs for the existence of god.

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Presuppositional apologetics is a form of Christian apologetics, largely Calvinist that asserts that the acceptance of the proposition "God exists" and the truth of the Christian Bible is necessary for making the world intelligible. Presuppositional apologetics usually hinges on the rejection of Thomist apologetics, which attempt to establish logical proofs for the existence of god.

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