"This new edition provides an enormous service to the reader. The somewhat challenging text is abundantly illuminated by Scott Oliphint, no doubt the leading expert on Van Til in our times." --William Edgar
"Though Van Til often engages ideas, terms, and conversation partners unknown to contemporary readers, this work has a delightful effect in exposing the pretensions of human autonomy and the grandeur of God's sovereign grace. In his careful, thorough, and sympathetic notes, Professor Oliphint has done us all a tremendous service." --Michael S. Horton
"The original is back, with Scott Oliphint's excellent foreword and explanatory footnotes. Now Van Til is much more understandable, and his opponents too. How stimulating it must have been to be part of that dialogue in the early days of Reformed apologetics! We need that stimulus now if we are to deal with unbelief in a God-honoring way." --John M. Frame
Typical unsupported Christian apologetics. Got it to read along with Steve Shives' YouTube video series "An Atheist Reads The Defense of the Faith"Published 1 month ago by Larry B.
This is often considered to be Val Til's Magnus Opus. Having now read almost all his works, I think I can pick a few that surpass this in terms of Apologetic content, but what's... Read morePublished 11 months ago by David Betz
An eleven chapter book by Cornelius Van Til, the Father of Presuppositionalism. He addresses the topic of apologetics methodology throughout the book, and calls Christian to be... Read morePublished 15 months ago by SLIMJIM
Let me articulate up front that I am a Christian; however, I am a Christian that does not hold to presuppositionalism. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Stevie Jake
Dr. Van Til is incredible. I recommend his work to all people hungry for God! Get it today and dont waste time.Published on April 1, 2013 by Emanuel Garza
...Then we'll have to wait for you to try to move them to Christianity after that. And if Christianity is just one of three possibilities among the monotheistic religions, then you... Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by Tom S.
The most essential book of Cornelius Van Til, on his foundations of reformed apologetic.
Useful comments by a specialist, the first time in its full version.