Cornelius Van Til's Introduction to Systematic Theology is one of his two or three most important books, certainly a must-read for anyone who is trying to understand Van Til. And it is important for Christians to understand Van Til today, as never before. He challenges Christians to think in a distinctively biblical way. That biblical way opposes and challenges all religions and secular philosophies, all ideologies that place the ultimate source of truth and value in human beings rather than in God. As with the recently republished Christian Apologetics, P&R has thoroughly re-edited Van Til's "syllabus," with an excellent introduction by William Edgar.
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Date:January 13, 2010
Van Till had a keen insight and I find it hard to put forth an arguement that he would not be able to counter beyond most. It seems unfortunate that his defense of the faith runs more along a blind run at defending calvinism. A very insightful and good book. I wish I had his ability to reason.