Pulpit & Pen is committed to presuppositional apologetics as our de facto apologetic method, albeit we do not engage in “apologetics wars” on the subject. Neither do we castigate those who hold other views. Like tackle in a tackle box, each method has a proper place and function in the Christian life.
To explain our view, in defense or proclamation of the Gospel, we rely upon presuppositional apologetics to open the hearts of believers. In all other matters relating to God’s truth, other methods have some intrinsic value.
Listen to Paul Washer discuss presuppositional apologetics below.
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