All students of apologetics should read at least one book by arguably the most important apologist of the twentieth century: Cornelius Van Til. The single best point of entry into Van Til's writings is Christian Apologetics.
Here Van Til presents the underpinnings of his uniquely biblical approach. He shows how Christian apologetics is rooted in a unified system of scriptural truth, a worldview that encompasses all spheres of knowledge. Noting the ultimate conflict between Christian and non-Christian systems, Van Til sets forth a method of argument that centers on an all-important, biblically defined point of contact with the unbeliever.
In this, the first typeset edition, William Edgar sheds light on Van Til's approach by adding a new introduction and explanatory notes.
Table of Contents:
Introduction by William Edgar
- The System of Christian Truth
- The Christian Philosophy of Life
- The Point of Contact
- The Problem of Method
- Authority and ReasonIndex
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