The list author says: "Here are some works that are very helpful in demolishing strongholds, and bringing every thought to the captivity of Christ. The approach is decidedly Apriorism or Christian Presuppositionalism. The results are only as good as the methods employed. Christian apologetics should begin with the premise of God's revelation, and hence the Bible alone is the Word of God. There is no neutrality upon which to engage in so-called objective discussion with non-believers. One must show the incoherency of all opposing worldviews, and then provide a positive presentation of the truth of God's Word. The particular apologetic is strongly Reformed in its theology, and therefore is grounded in the Reformation principle of sola scriptura."
"This is regarded as Clark's magnum opus. Originally presented as lectures at Wheaton College, this is a systematic refutation of all secular thought. Clark deals with religion, science, politics, ethics, and most importantly, epistemology."
"A great place to start reading Clark if you have never encountered him. This book includes Clark's famous definitive answer to the problem of evil in the chapter, "God and Evil," which is alone worth any price you may have to pay for this volume. Precise in its definitions, tightly argued, and to the point in its articulation of Biblical Christianity. A true treasure!"
"A very accessible work. I would recommend this for a new venture into presuppositional apologetics. It is Word centered and well presented. Here Bahnsen exposes the myth of neutrality and serves up a simple method for engaging all thoughtforms."
"A much more difficult book than Always Ready. Here you have Bahnsen at his best, as interpreter of Van Til. I think this must be one of the best texts on Van Tilian apologetics out there. It almost appears that one cannot understand Van Til without Bahnsen. Recommended for the serious only."