Borrowing from the presup's world view?
What do presuppositionalists precisely mean when they say non-Christians are borrowing from the Christian world view?
By way of an example, consider our pre-Christian (Homo sapien) ancestors.
It seems reasonable to presuppose the following three things about these ancestors:
1. they used induction
2. broadly speaking, they trusted their induction
3. they were aware enough to know that their induction was sometimes fallible
Concretely speaking, in what way were these people borrowing from the Christian world view with regard to induction?
I'm not trying to be overly polemical about this-I would really like to know. Can someone please walk me through this step by step.
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