Rev. Cornelius Van Til

Rev. Cornelius Van Til Rev. Cornelius Van Til, (1895-1987) began his teaching career in 1928 as Professor of Apologetics at Princeton Theological Seminary. In 1929 he was one of four Princeton professors to break away and found a new seminary, Westminster, as a conservative alternative to the more liberal Princeton. Van Til taught apologetics at Westminster from 1929 until his retirement in 1972, a 44 year career, all in all.

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The Defense of Christianity

By: Rev. Cornelius Van Til

Volume 9, Number 9 (February 25, 2007, to March 3, 2007)

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Topics: Salvation

The Reformed Pastor and Ecumenism

By: Rev. Cornelius Van Til

Volume 9, Number 44 (October 28, 2007, to November 3, 2007)

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Topics: Christian Living

The Reformed View of Education

By: Rev. Cornelius Van Til

Volume 9, Number 7 (February 11, 2007, to February 17, 2007)

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Topics: Philosophy

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