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Van Til & the Use of Evidence

3.91  ·  Rating Details ·  23 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Paperback, 136 pages
Published January 1st 1980 by Presbyterian and Reformed Pub. Co.
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Gary
Nov 03, 2016 Gary rated it liked it
Shelves: apologetic-mind
I was curious to read this before I embark on my reading list of works on Classical Apologetics.

It summarises Van Til's approach very well, though it is a little misleading as Van Til doesn't mean by use of evidence what others mean by that term.

Overall, it convinced me further that something is off in Van Til's epistemology.

Okay. Well written.
Cbarrett
Feb 07, 2012 Cbarrett rated it liked it
This is a short book that seeks to demonstrate that Van Til was not opposed to evidence in his presuppositional apologetic method by pointing to evidence from Van Til's writing. Notaro, by exposing the reader to multiple evidences, shows that there is a high probability that Van Til was not opposed to evidence. Especially if that evidence is used in a way that Van Til approved. All in all a helpful little book.
Danny
Oct 14, 2010 Danny rated it really liked it
Great distillation on an often misunderstood teaching of Van Til’s teaching on the place and use of evidences in Christian apologetics. Notaro’s final chapter is a helpful table contrasting Christian and non-Christian thought concerning evidences.
Jimmy
Summary of the fact that marshalling evidence is compatiable in the framework of PResuppostional apologetics. THe 'how to' might need to be developed more, but otherwise an excellent book if not the exclusive one that devotes solely to this topic
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Shelves: theology, apologetics
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