Nochmals Naselli zur Epistemologie (Erkenntnislehre) D. A. Carsons:
His ‘first theology’ is God. Both modernism and postmodernism err by making the ‘I’ the starting point and then drawing conclusions (e.g., that God exists). But while God is the foundation of Carson’s epistemology, Carson recognizes that humans are finite and sinful. That is, unlike God, humans are limited and are deeply affected by the noetic effects of the fall, not least in their reasoning capacity. That is why Carson prefers to modify his ‘presuppositions’ with the adjective ‘corrigible’.
Eine weise, ausgewogene Sichtweise!