The endpoint of presuppositionalism.

Bahnsen Burner, over at Incinerating Presuppositionalism, presents excerpts from a Fundamentally Flawed podcast which exposes presuppositionalism for what it, in its totality is: a circular argument dressed up as a necessity. (Nide was the presuppositionalist and Jim and Alex are atheists)

Nide: “And how is it that you’re not imagining this ghost?”

Jim and Alex: “Because the Ghost that Never Lies revealed it to me such that I can be certain of it.”

Nide: “And how do you know that you’re not imagining that?”

Jim and Alex: “Because the Ghost that Never Lies revealed it to me such that I can be certain of it.”

Nide: “But now you’re reasoning in a circle. [giggling] Now you’re reasoning in a circle.”

Jim and Alex: [rejoicing] “Exactly! Yay! We have a goal!”

Nide: “But see, but, but, look…”

I hope the analogy is obvious; the Ghost that Never Lies is the equivalent of God.

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