Due to Van Til's oftentimes dense writing style, I have typed up 12 propositions by which I believed the analogical theory of knowledge of Van Til's presuppositionalism can be adequately distinguished from the univocal theory of predication taken by the presuppositionalist Gordon Clark:
1. An epistemology requires a way by which to account for both the plurality and unity of experience.
2. The only worldview that provides such a precondition is the Christian worldview.
3. The reason the Christian worldview provides such a precondition is because the Trinity contains the relevant combination of plurality and unity.
4. Only God understands His Triune nature.
5. Only God understands the way finite knowledge relates to His Triunity.
6. Christians cannot understand the Trinity.
7. Christians cannot understand the precondition of knowledge.
8. Christians cannot understand the way finite knowledge relates to the Trinity.
9. Christians cannot therefore understand knowledge the way God understands it.
10. Propositional statements therefore do not mean the same thing for humans that they do for God.
11. Propositional statements are therefore not univocal.
12. Since propositional statements are not univocal, they must be analogical.