Premise 1: If a worldview is true it must be able to account for the preconditions of cognition and intelligibility.
Premise 2: Either the atheistic or the theistic worldview is the true worldview.
Premise 3: The atheistic worldview cannot account for the preconditions of cognition and intelligibility, like:
- The laws of logic.
- The validity of human reasoning.
- The “principle of induction”.
- The validity of human sense perception.
- The existence of an external world outside our own consciousness.
- The existence of other minds.
- Our continuing personal identity.
- The reliability of our memory.
- The relationship between the mind and body.
- The reality of cause-and-effect relations.
- The existence of the past.
- The existence of matter.
- The existence of values.
- The existence of morality.
Conclusion 1: Therefore, atheism is not the true worldview.
Conclusion 2: Therefore, theism is the true worldview.