Is the use of logic based on a presupposition?

In the discussion of Apologetics, the question is posed does anyone come to the table without presuppositions?  The Atheist claims Christians commit logical fallacies and therefore should be ignored.  But how does one decide what a “logical fallacy” is?  How does one prove the fact that logic is what we should base our “beliefs” on?  Or must one presuppose that logic should be the basis for ones argument of God’s existence?  For example: “We must use logic because it is logical”

Is that not a circular argument?


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