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Here is another PDF of a lesser known work by Cornelius Van Til!

Presuppositionalism 101

Recently it has been brought to my attention that despite his lengthy work addressing the concept, there are still people today who will make the claim that Dr. Van Til was an idealist (or suggest an influence on him and him unaware of it). This is because of similarities people project between Immanuel Kant and Van Til concerning transcendentalism. Rest assured, Dr. Van Til not only was not an idealist, but clearly against idealism, and quite aware of idealism, as you will be able to prove with this work. On with the formal details…

 

 

 

CHRISTIANITY AND IDEALISM.
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Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1955. 139 pp.
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Having been accused by the Calvin Forum writers of being under the influence of idealism, this collection of book reviews on modern idealistic philosophy (1930–1942) was published in order to clarify his opposition to it.
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1.     God and the Absolute     [1930.A]

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