Christian Apologetics Free Course 02

Christian Apologetics Free Course 02

Presupposition and Classification In Apologetics

file0002085028505In any field, whether science or theology, presuppositions are the basic and starting assumptions upon which the rest of the subject is built. At times presuppositions are axiomatic (self proven) in nature. No proof is needed for establishing axiomatic presuppositions. For example, if two rods A and B are equal in length to rod C, then A and B would be equal to each other also. However, in most cases these assumptions or presuppositions are so elementary and so basic that more elementary or more basic truths cannot be found for proving or disproving the suppositions. Therefore, arguments at this level should be addressed with great caution.  Here are your free apologetics lessons on presuppositions and classification:

How Do These Free Christian Apologetics Courses Work: These free Christian apologetics, Christian evidence, creationism, and intelligent design lessons have been written from an evidentialist framework. These are provided totally free to you for your personal study, enrichment, and equipping. There is no fees, and no formal application. These are self-study online courses similar to the older-generation correspondence courses. We keep adding new courses every week. Check at the top navigation-bar to see all the courses that are available.

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Updated: April 14, 2014 — 7:30 am


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  1. Duwa Mufukdang Dimka

    How do i enroll in the free online courses?

  2. Thanks for the introduction to another course.

    am also happy that you are expanding on” Presupposition and Classification In Apologetics”

    Be blessed.

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