Vol. 13, No. 2 of the Global Journal will feature two articles dealing with a much-the-same thorny apologetics issue: whether the world and the facts in it can be understand and employed per se in defense of classic Christian faith—or whether the meaning of the external world and its factual content lies with the presuppositional orientation of the individual seeker. Hendrik van der Breggen argues that “It’s Not Interpretation All the Way Down: A Defense of Simple Seeing”; and John M. DePoe answers the question, “What’s (Not) Wrong with Evidentialism?” If these gentlemen are on the wrong track, perhaps the Global Journal (and your wife) are really not there at all . . .