This work contributes to an understanding of Van Til and his apologetic insights by placing him within the context of twentieth century developments in North American Reformed theology, including the formation of Westminster Seminary and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, the rise of neo-evangelicalism, and American reception of Karl Barth.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 288 Vendor: P & R Publishing Publication Date: 2008 Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
John R. Muether (M.A.R., Westminster Theological Seminary) is librarian and associate professor of church history at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. The coauthor of four volumes, Muether has served on the Harvard Divinity School library staff and has been librarian at Western Theological Seminary and Westminster Theological Seminary. He has served on the editorial board of Regeneration Quarterly and on the board of directors of Mars Hill Audio. He is historian of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and serves on that denominations Christian Education Committee.
Muether has used extensive research from published sources, unpublished archives, and personal interviews, making this an even more valuable resource. He views Van Tils apologetic contribution in light of his commitment to the Word and the church.