This section is dedicated to select quotes from Van Til’s writings, along with comments and such.
Here is a list of links by Topic, simply click on the link to read the select quotes.
On Circular Reasoning (This is a fairly common criticism or objection to “presupositional apologetics”, however Van Til did not shy away or back down from such responses, quite the contrary. In these quotes from his writings he addresses the issue to the extent that I am satisfied.)
On Objectivism (In contrast to another philosophical term “subjectivism” or relativism. Can we be one hundred percent certain about anything? If so, how can we justify such knowledge?)
On Point of Contact (What if anything do believers and non-believers have in common?)
On Proofs (That is, how did Van Til, in his own words, view the classical “proofs” for the existence of God?)
On C.S. Lewis (I understand that C.S. Lewis is somewhat popular in the unpopular world of Christian apologetics, and he had a great mind, and could write well, but this short piece is another side or view. Perhaps it is overly critical, though I do not think it was published, however for readers like me, who once adored Lewis’ works, it should give us reason to sort of take a step back, to pause and ponder.)