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In Defense of the Faith: Vol. 2: A Survey of Christian Epistemology (Van Til)

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Table of Contents:

1. Epistemological Terminology

2. Historical Survey - A. Greek Epistemology: Its Starting Point

3. Historical Survey - B. Greek Epistemology: Its Climax

4. Historical Survey - C. Medieval Epistemology: Its Starting Point

5. Historical Survey - D. Medieval Epistemology: Its Climax

6. Historical Survey - E. Modern Epistemology: Lutheranism

7. Historical Survey - F. Modern Epistemology: Arminianism

8. Historical Survey - G. Modern Epistemology: Calvinism

9. Historical Survey - H. Modern Epistemology: Antitheistic

10. The Starting Point of Christian Epistemology - A. The Object of Knowledge

11. The Starting Point of Christian Epistemology - B. The Subject of Knowledge: Extreme Antitheism

12. The Starting Point of Christian Epistemology - C. The Subject of Knowledge: Milder Antitheism

13. The Starting Point of Christian Epistemology - D. The Subject of Knowledge: Idealism and Christianity

14. The Starting Point of Christian Epistemology - E. The Subject-Subject Relation

15. The Method of Christian Epistemology

16. A Sample of Christian Argument

 

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Cornelius Van Til (1895–1987) was born in Grootegast, the Netherlands, and immigrated with his family to America in 1905. He attended Calvin College and Calvin Seminary before completing his studies at Princeton Theological Seminary and Princeton University with the ThM and PhD degrees. 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.