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Presuppositional Apologetics (2 of 5)

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Published on Sep 12, 2010

Website: http://navysealchadwilliams.com
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Yesterday an organized team of atheists came to the Huntington Beach Pier where Ray Comfort, Stuart Scott, and I preach. They showed up at the pier hours before we normally arrive. First thing I saw when I walked up was approximately 20 atheists touting signs that said things like "I'm good without God" "You don't need God" ect.

I asked one of the group leaders (Jose) if he would be willing to have a dialogue in an open-air type of environment so that the crowed could benefit from the exchange of words. He declined and refused to give up the piece of landscape that we normally preach from.
With that, Ray and I ended up communicating to the atheist in one-on-one styled conversations. The atheists were filming with a professional camera-man so somewhere along the way our cameras came out too. It was a very interesting and enjoyable encounter and I hope to see the atheist group come out more in the future.
The man I talk to in this video clip was entertaining to say the least. You see, he denied that the "Law of Non-Contradiction" (L.N.C.) was true. WHAT??? YEP!!! He expresses that contradictions are OK and acceptable in his worldview yet he kept applying that which he denied to our conversation. He would apply the LNC every-time he disagreed, attempted to change my mind, asserted he was correct, claimed I was wrong ect.
So much could be said but I will refrain. Let me just set things up and point out that we start a conversation with a man that lives in a world were contradictions are perfectly acceptable and by the end of the conversation 2 Corinthians 10:5 prevails.

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