LBM Podcast 0018 – Transcendental Argument for God (TAG)

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In this episode Jason goes over the Transcendental Argument for God (TAG) from within the Presuppositional Apologetic. TAG is a specific argument to address atheism. We go over multiple formulations of TAG. At then end a small portion of a debate between William Lane Craig vs Lawrence Krauss is reviewed to demonstrate the differences between evidential and presuppositional apologetics.

Articles:

http://logicalbelief.org/2015/08/01/lbm-podcast-0001-presuppositional-apologetics-explained-and-defended/

http://logicalbelief.org/2013/09/15/world-views-presuppositional-apologetics/

http://logicalbelief.org/documents/Transcendental_Argument.pdf

Debate between William Lane Craig and Lawrence Krauss

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4 comments

  1. Tom N. says:

    Great job on this episode! What I really needed was a “TAG 101” and that is what it was. I seem to learn best from backwards understanding, that is, give me real world examples and I’m able to “think it backwards” back to the lesson/teaching. Very good Jason, boo WLC!

  2. Jason says:

    Glad to be of assistance. If you want an introduction to Presuppositional Apologetics listen to episode 0001 which is an introduction to Presuppositionalism. People have told me it was helpful. Took me a bit to figure out what you meant by WLC. I forgot I discussed William Lane Craig at the end of the episode. 🙂

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