Monday, June 29, 2009

The Transcendental Argument for God's Existence

In this presentation, Matt Slick of CARM explains the Transcendental argument for the existence of God. From what I know about Matt Slick, he advocates the argument as used by the late philosopher/theologian Gordon Clark. From what I know about Clark, he differs in a few ways from that of Van Till or Greg Bahnsen, who usually shy away from presenting "evidences" without first presupposing God or the Bible. Rather, Clark seemed to be a little more "edgy" as a presuppositionalist and use "logic" and how we account for it as his evidence for the existence of God.

Though the argument can go much deeper, I think Matt Slick does a great job of explaining it from a Clarkian perspective:

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