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Schaeffer writes an article that gives his evaluation on a debate between Cornelius Van Til and J. Oliver Buswell. This ongoing debate would later become known as the presuppositionalist/evidentialist debate. In this particular exchange, Buswell is believed to have coined the phrase "presuppositionalist" based of of Van Til's use of a "presuppositional" argument.
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