“Every Thought Captive” – Study

“Every Thought Captive” – Study

A Basic Study and applied “How-To” of Presuppositional Apologetics

We meet during Sunday School (9:30am), and Wednesday evenings (6:30pm). Assignments and group study/discussions are designed so that if you can only participate in one or the other, you are still getting the main lesson and benefits.


 What is “presuppositional apologetics”?

We should present the biblical God, not merely as the conclusion to an argument, but as the one who makes argument possible 

John Frame puts it this way:

“We should present the biblical God, not merely as the conclusion to an argument, but as the one who makes argument possible (…). By demonstrating that unbelievers can not argue, think, or live without presupposing God, presuppositionalists try to show unbelievers that their own worldview is inadequate to explain their experience of the world and to get unbelievers to see that Christianity alone can make sense of their experience.”

GotQuestions.org, about presup apologetics:

“Since the unbeliever’s worldview is objectively false, it of necessity contains demonstrable contradictions (e.g., he makes moral judgments, but he cannot account for moral absolutes without the theistic worldview). The believer, within the Christian framework, can account for things like rationality, logic, uniformity of nature, morality, science, etc., because the Christian worldview conforms to a transcendent reality.”

For more, go here, and here.


To obtain the study book ($10), contact Ludi Crownover at Grace Bible Fellowship, or via Amazon.