Christian Apologetics, 2nd Edition
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Written by Cornelius Van Til, Edited by William Edgar
Began as syllabus in 1929, the book which went through many editions. Author Cornelius Van Til (1895-1987) was a pioneer in pre-suppositional apologetics, teaching in that field for more than forty-five years. All students of apologetics should read at least one book by arguably this most important apologist of the twentieth century.
The single-best point of entry into the Dutch-born theologian’s writings is Christian Apologetics. Here he presents the underpinnings of his uniquely biblical approach and 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, the author sets forth a method of argument that centers on an all-important, biblically defined point of contact with the unbeliever.
Paperback, 224 pages, notes
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