Archive for April 26th, 2008

From the new Biography of Van Til by John R. Muether, titled “Cornelius Van Til: Reformed Apologist and Churchman”:

“Douglas Johnson, an English friend of Van Til’s, tried to interest C.S. Lewis in readign Van TIl but Lewis returned unread copies of Van Til’s syllabi to Johnson, regretting that he lacked the time to read them.” (Pg. 138)

Is not that interesting if Lewis became a Van Tillian in his apologetics, if only he just at least read Van Til!

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