Cornelius Van Til

THEOLOGY

THE DOCTRINE OF GOD

The Triunity of God

The Incomprehensibility of God

Innate and Acquired Knowledge of God

The Attributes of God

The Incommunicable Attributes

  1. Aseity
  2. Immutability
  3. Infinity
  4. Unity

The Communicable Attributes

  1. Attributes of the Understanding
    -Wisdom
  2. The Moral Attributes
    -Common Grace
    -Holiness
    -Righteousness
  3. Attributes of Sovereignty
    -The Revealed Will
    -Omnipotence

THE DOCTRINE OF SCRIPTURE

Special Revelation

Attributes

  1. Necessity
  2. Authority
  3. Sufficiency
  4. Perspicuity

Natural/General Revelation

Attributes 

  1. Necessity
  2. Authority
  3. Sufficiency 
  4. Perspicuity

Content and Sources

About Nature

  1. From Nature
  2. From Self
  3. From God

About Man

  1. From Nature
  2. From Self
  3. From God

About God

  1. From Nature
  2. From Self
  3. From God

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN

THE DOCTRINE OF CHRIST

THE DOCTRINE OF SALVATION

THE DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCH

THE DOCTRINE OF THE LAST THINGS


APOLOGETICS

Overview
Apologetics

The Point of Contact
Where is the Point of Contact? 
Romanism
Evangelicalism 
The Reformed Position

Authority and Reason
Non-Christian Views

Van Til’s Argument
The Nature of the Transcendental Argument 
The Transcendental Argument (2) 
The Christian Theistic Argument

Circular Reasoning
Van Til on the Charge of Circular Reasoning
The Necessity of Circular Reasoning

Presuppositional Method
The Two Requirements for Effective Witnessing


PHILOSOPHY


Ethics

The True Nature of Morality
The Regenerated Moral Consciousness
Moral Consciousness: Romanism 

Metaphysics 
One and Many
Man’s Ultimate Environment
Organic Teleology 

Epistemology
Three Types of Consciousness (1
The Adamic Consciousness
The Unregenerate Consciousness
The Regeneration Consciousness 
The Christian and Non-Christian Subject of Knowledge
Van Til’s Correspondence and Coherence Theory of Truth

God’s Epistemology

God’s Knowledge of Himself and the World

The Believer’s Theory of Knowledge (1
Not Comprehensive, but Still True 
Objectivity of Knowledge
The Subject of Knowledge
The Object of Knowledge
The Subject-Object Relation

The Unbeliever’s Theory of Knowledge
The Subject of Knowledge
The Object of Knowledge
The Subject-Object Relation

Metaphysics and Epistemology
What We Know and How We Know 

Facts and Interpretation 
Interpretation of Facts Objection
Darwin Wasn’t Neutral
Univocal Reasoning
Analogical Reasoning

Self-Deception
Folly of Their Ways


ANALYSIS 

Analysis of Theologians
Charles Hodge
B.B. Warfield
Herman Bavinck
Augustine
Herman Ridderbos
John Calvin
Karl Barth
Abraham Kuyper
Emil Brunner
Valentine Hepp

Analysis of Theologies
Romanism
Arminianism
Lutheranism

Analysis of Apologists

Thomas Aquinas
Calvin Versus Aquinas on General and Special Revelation
Calvin Versus Aquinas on the Unbeliever’s Knowledge of God
E.J. Carnell
Critique of Carnell’s Apologetic
J. Oliver Buswell

Floyd E. Hamilton
William Brenton Greene, Jr.
Joseph Butler

Analysis of Philosophers 
Plato
Aristotle
Immanuel Kant
Soren Kierkegaard

Analysis of Philosophies
Idealism
Pragmatism
Naturalism 
Van Til’s Critique of Naturalistic Evolution
Scientific Method
Three Fatal Steps of the Scientific Method

Analysis of Apologetic Methods
Traditional Apologetics
Critique of Arminian Apologetics
God Probably Exists
Reformed Versus Arminian Dental Practice
Traditional Apologetics Compromises
The Possibility of Salvation
The Fact of the Resurrection
A Reformed Defense of Christian Doctrine 

Analysis of Worldviews
Atheism/Agnosticism 
Self-Contradictory Agnosticism