Questions for Presuppositionalists
Well, since Paul and his cronies won't even tell us what their own argument is, we have to assume that they are either dishonest or out to troll us. I think we should kick them right out on their asses and find a better target.
But, being the generous soul that I am, I'll give them one chance for redemption. For presuppositionalism to be a viable position, they need to give the meaning of some of their terms and clarify how their position is tenable. Answer any of the following questions on the commentary.
1. What does "God" mean ?
Note that I'm not asking you to define the term. I am asking you what it means - how one might go around finding a "God" and differentiating it from "non-God".
2. What does the word "create" mean in "God created the universe" ?
In the material universe, "create" means to reform existing matter into new structures. How can "God" "create" from nothing ? Nothing can come from nothing.
3. If you agree with the Inherent-Properties Objection, what does the word "logic" mean in "logic is part of God's nature" ? In the material universe (which we live in), logic is a material property of existence.
4. Is presuppositionalism falsifiable ? Name evidence that could prove you wrong. If it's not falsifiable, it has nothing to do with reality.
5. In your Cartoon Universe, can you disprove the claim that God - or Satan - is tricking you into accepting presuppositionalism ? If not, why do you still hold on to an illusion ?
Any answer that simply reiterates the presuppositionalist position will be deleted.