Here are links related to the subject of Presuppositional apologetics gathered online between April 22nd-30th, 2016.
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Cornelius Van Til. Christian Theistic Evidences. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, February 29th, 2016. 288 pp.
There is a lot of misunderstanding today concerning the role of evidence in Cornelius Van Til’s apologetics which makes this book a valuable primary source for those who want to understand Van Til’s view. I think understanding Van Til’s position is important whether one agrees with him or not. This is especially relevant given the rising popularity of Presuppositional apologetics. This particular volume is the second edition of the book and it has helpful footnotes with commentaries from the editor K. Scott Oliphint who is currently the professor of Presuppositional apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary (this is where Van Til taught at when he was alive). In this review I shall look first at Oliphint’s contribution and then the rest of the book that was penned by Van Til.