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This book originated in Van Til’s seminary syllabus in 1929. This went through many editions and was first published for use outside the classroom as a book by P&R in 1975. Since then, it has become a classic of apologetics theory and practice.
In this edition, editor Bill Edgar adds an introduction and explanatory notes.
|Publisher:||Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.37(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.65(d)|
About the Author
Drawn to the pastorate, Van Til spent one year in the ministry before taking a leave of absence to teach apologetics at Princeton Seminary. When the seminary reorganized, he was persuaded to join the faculty of the newly founded Westminster Theological Seminary. He remained there as professor of apologetics until his retirement in 1975.
Van Til wrote more than twenty books, in addition to more than thirty syllabi. Among his best-known titles are The Defense of the Faith, A Christian Theory of Knowledge, and An Introduction to Systematic Theology.
Table of Contents
|1.||The System of Christian Truth||17|
|2.||The Christian Philosophy of Life||55|
|3.||The Point of Contact||83|
|4.||The Problem of Method||123|
|5.||Authority and Reason||161|