In an essay titled If Knowledge Then God: The Epistemological Theistic Arguments of Plantinga and Van Til, apologetic theorist James Anderson presents a rendition of an argument which he attributes to Cornelius Van Til, which appears as follows:
 If no one has comprehensive knowledge of the universe, then no one can have any knowledge of the universe.
 Only God could have comprehensive knowledge of the universe.
 We have some knowledge of the universe.
 Therefore, God exists. (Op. cit., p. 20)
Please offer your own thoughts, positive or negative, in the comments section. At some point in the future I hope to present my own reaction to it.
by Dawson Bethrick