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Analogical Language Part 2

In the study of apologetics, Dr. Sproul shows us the fourth aspect of basic necessary conditions for knowledge-the principle of the analogical use of language.  This is probably the one that seems the most esoteric perhaps to the layperson who’s engaged with issues relating to apologetics in our day. Dr. Sproul explains what this issue is all about.

From the teaching series Defending Your Faith by R.C. Sproul

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