Cornelius Van Til was the pioneer of presuppositional apologetics, and was one of the founding members of Westminster Theological Seminary. The defenses of faith that he developed sought to apply the Reformed tradition to apologetics.

With Easter almost here this year, I was wondering how Van Til would address the resurrection with unbelievers? In particular, did he use historical proofs for the resurrection of Jesus Christ?

What was Van Til's view on the use and validity of historical proofs for the resurrection?

  • I proposed to edit out ‘or would he...’. It is impossible to presume, posthumously, what a theologian would....or would not... – Abstraction is everything. Apr 3 '18 at 6:47

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