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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Here is one of my principles for worldview hypothesis testing from chapter three of Christian Apologetics:

Criterion 2a: If a worldview affirms X, Y, Z, etc., as essential elements of that worldview, and none of these individual elements contradicts another essential element, the worldview may be true because it is not logically inconsistent.

Criterion 2b: If a worldview affirms X, Y, Z, etc., as essential elements, and any of these elements contradict another essential element (say X contradicts Y), or is self-contradictory, this worldview is necessarily false because it is logically inconsistent.

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