See Berkhof on general and special revelation, p. 124-5.
 Berkhof, systematic theology p.126.
Van Raalte, Reasoning in Faith about Reality, p.74. Attributes of God and hence attributes of God's creation. See Peter Kreeft for more on foundations for Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.
 Within the very design (teleology) of the human in God’s image there is an inherent purpose or end that he is to fulfill.
[4.5] We could also add “endued with knowledge, righteousness, and true holiness,” (WCF 4.2). As I am building this system from 3FU I will not commit to Van Til's conception of internal supernatural revelation and knowledge in the creation of Adam.
 Van Til, Christian Apologetics, p.76
 Known as the seed of religion, or the light of nature. See more in Berkhof's systematic theology 125, 128.
 Louis Berkhof, Systematic Theology, n.d., 126.
 The methodology of presuppositional apologetics demonstrates this very fact by offering an internal critique of false worldviews. Van Til, 131. I would like to read 'God is there' by Schaeffer regarding his method 'he coins: 'take the roof off.'
 See Lisle, “the pretended neutrality fallacy”, Ultimate Proof Of Creation, p.36-37
 Lisle, Ultimate Proof of Creation, p.8, 26.
 More specifically, by his invisible attributes. Man cannot know what is necessary for salvation through general revelation alone as proponents of Natural Theology claim. See also Berkhof 129-30.
 Man’s knowledge of Christian teaching and the scriptures testifies to the perspicuity of the Scriptures.
 Some would go further and argue that the natural man due to his suppression of truth does not even perceive or know God’s invisible attributes. See the rejection of Errors in section 1.
[14.5] Our love for God and our neighbor is the basis of this calling.
 See Voddie Bauchum, Remind Men what they Already Know, In Expository Apologetics, 53-55
 Aquinas demonstrates that the natural man can perceive God’s divine nature in his proof: The Argument from degrees of perfection to a perfect being and the argument from the design of the world to the designer of the world (Nash, 174). C. S. Lewis likewise argued for God’s existence from the objectivity of beauty (Lewis, The Abolition of Man). Contemporary Classical Apologists have also attempted to demonstrate these truths from proofs such as: the Ontological, Teleological, and Moral arguments for God. Presuppositionalists are known to favor demonstrating this through the Transcendental argument for God.
 Aquinas demonstrates that the natural man can perceive God’s eternal power in his proofs: the argument from motion and change, the argument from cause to effect to the first cause, and the argument from contingent beings to a necessary being (Nash, 173-4). Contemporary Classical Apologists have also attempted to demonstrate this in proofs such as: the Kalam Cosmological Argument.
 “Van Til affirmed that in reality, most traditional arguments used in support of Christian theism are absolutely conclusive; they objectively demonstrate the truth of Christianity. But unless the Spirit is at work, unbelievers will dispute their decisiveness because they operate out of a false world and life view that keeps them from drawing the proper conclusions.”
From “COMMON MISUNDERSTANDINGS OF VAN TIL’S APOLOGETIC,” 7, accessed February 28, 2023, https://www.thirdmill.org/files/english/html/th/TH.h.Pratt.VanTil.2.html?fbclid=IwAR2DQqKZ2aEFrTRy38Xj1OPvY-RwRCXwtmcX66FqwiO9k1xqOkCG0arwPW4.
 See Voddie Bauchum, “Refuse to make the fool God’s judge”, In Expository Apologetics, 55-57
[19.5] "The typical characterization of Thomas as a theologian who built a system of supernature upon nature and faith upon reason is false... he states that human knowledge alone is able to attain only certain 'likenesses' of what faith attains but it cannot demonstrate (argue for) the truth of faith." (Summa contra Gentiles 1.8.1). Van Raalte, Reasoning in Faith about Reality, p.49.
 Summa 1, Art Question 1, Article 8, I answer that.
 I cannot remember where I saw this. I think it is from Van Raalte, Reasoning in Faith about Reality.
 I hope to read more about this in Bauchum's Apologetics book where he analyzes the apologetics of Paul.
[*] I hope to watch Lane Tipton's lecture on the Antithesis according to Van Til to see if presuppositionalists would agree with this section of my thesis.