This is Apologetics: An Argument from Logic
by Joel Settecase
This fall, I’ve been leading a small group focused on evangelism and apologetics. We discuss a different topic each week, but we came to the subject of logic and reason, we ended up having to break it up into two weeks. Why? Because thinking about the way we think is hard. We usually just think; we usually just speak.
When we study logic, however, we find out that there are invisible rules that govern our reason and communication. These rules are unbreakable. Every single proposition we think or say simply must follow these rules, lest our speaking and reasoning become what the philosophers call, “gobbledy-gook.”
Learning about logic and reason can be a lot of fun (if you’re into that sort of thing). But sometimes a skeptic (or even a seeker or believer) might pose the objection that belief in God is not logical.
As it turns out, it is logic itself that gives us a fantastic, dare-I-say irrefutable argument for God’s existence.
You see, whenever someone thinks or speaks (as a believer or unbeliever) to the extent that he desires to do so rationally, he is already presupposing that God exists. Read on…
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