<h1> let us reason basis of our epistemology </h1>
At present, we find ourselves living in one of the most skeptical generations in history. While we believe having a healthy skepticism toward things is good, we also believe that the way skepticism is exercised in our modern culture is not good - in that anything having to do with God and the Bible is automatically viewed with extreme unhealthy skepticism, while at the same time, mainstream unverified talking points are immediately taken as gospel. Skepticism should go both ways. Although our skeptical culture has accelerated the need for Christian apologetics (defending our beliefs), we believe it's always appropriate to be able to demonstrate why you believe what you believe. It must have some basis in evidence and logic. Further yet, you should be able to adequately explain and defend that belief to others.
So, if we should know something about something in order to truly claim a belief in that thing, then we need to begin by familiarizing ourselves with the term “epistemology.”
Epistemology is the theory of knowledge, its method, its scope, and its limits. Epistemology is the investigation of what distinguishes justified belief from opinion. It defines what we can actually know. In this study, The Basis Of Our Epistelomogy, our task will be to discover whether or not we can know that the Bible is actually God’s Word. Is there logical evidence for this? Is this within the scope and limits of what is actually knowable? Can we develop an epistemological framework that demonstrates that the Bible is a supernatural message system given to us by God? Download this free study and find out for yourself!