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The objections against the phenomena of Scripture would therefore be legitimate if those who make them could show us the positive foundation on which they are standing.

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Cornelius Van Til

My proposal, therefore, for a consistently Christian methodology of apologetics is this:

1. That we use the same principle in apologetics that we use in theology: the self-attesting, self-explanatory Christ of Scripture.

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Cornelius Van Til

The doctrine of Scripture as self-attesting presupposes that whatsoever comes to pass in history materializes by virtue of the plan and counsel of the living God.

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Cornelius Van Til

Reaffirming Sola Scriptura

by Tom Nettles

Sola Scriptura as Philip Schaff indicated, confessions and creeds hold no absolute authority for Protestants. Their authority is only an ad hoc, ecclesial, and localized standard for the sake of unity in fellowship and consistency of witness either in a denomination or a local assembly of believers. 336 more words

Sola Scriptura

It is by the sovereign act of the Holy Spirit that the Scripture can be seen to be the self-attesting Word of God. For sin is that by which men seek to interpret facts apart from the revelation of God.

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Cornelius Van Til

Stress has been laid on the fact that the Bible speaks of the Word of God as self-contained. That is, the Bible is the Word of him who, as Creator-Redeemer alone can identify himself.

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Cornelius Van Til

Bad Fruit, Diseased Trees, and the Authority of God’s Word

I hate having to warn women against false teachers. I really do. I would like nothing better than to write Bible studies all day long, but, like… 1,023 more words

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