20. Intellectual Sins
In order to accomplish any task, we need tools. For the task of presuppositional apologetics, we need tools of thinking. Of course these are not judgments on God, they are not any kind of ultimate authority but merely tools. Just as with anything else, there are certain rules which must be followed or knowledge isn’t even possible. There are also certain things that must be avoided because they also make knowledge impossible. Here are the most common “intellectual sins” you will come across when talking with unbelievers: arbitrariness, inconsistency, and preconditions of intelligibility. Let’s look at these one by one.