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Lecture 3 - Philosophical Considerations Part I

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3

Dr.Bahnsen summarizes the presuppositional defense of the faith as developed by Dr. Cornelius Van Til. He first sets forth the exegetical and epistemological considerations which require a presupposition method, and then replies to two of Dr. Van Til's critics (representing g opposing theories of knowledge): Gordon Clark and John W. Montgomery. The set concludes with a brief analysis of Schaeffer and Sproul.

Lecture 3 - Philosophical Considerations Part I

Dr.Bahnsen summarizes the presuppositional defense of the faith as developed by Dr. Cornelius Van Til. He first sets forth the exegetical and epistemological considerations which require a presupposition method, and then replies to two of Dr. Van Til's critics (representing g opposing theories of knowledge): Gordon Clark and John W. Montgomery. The set concludes with a brief analysis of Schaeffer and Sproul.

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