Neutrality and complete objectivity are the presuppositional myths of the modern secular outlook… At the heart of evangelicalism is the belief that the gospel of Jesus Christ is the definitive revelation to mankind of God’s mind, and the defining fact of human history. The person and work of Jesus provide us with a single focal point for understanding reality. The Bible also makes it clear that we are either for Jesus or against him, we either have the Son or we do not. In other words, there is no neutral position, no objective starting point, which is common to believers and unbelievers, for judging what is ultimately real and what is true. Graeme Goldsworthy, Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics: Foundations and Principles of Evangelical Biblical Interpretation, page 21.