[In response to the statement that saying a book can be used to prove itself is circular logic and doesn't work]
All logic is circular. Logic relies on unproven premises or "presuppositions."
The Christian presupposition is "In the beginning God ..."
Everything else is argued from that.
Can you think of a presupposition that has a better chance of being non-circular?
If you try to prove the premises, you are engaging in circular logic.
In stating that "a self-contained argument does not prove itself" you too are using a circular argument!
If an argument does not prove itself, then what does?
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[3/13/2008 12:50:12 PM]
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