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My one overwhelming point of agreement with Dr. Buswell:
(4) Several of your terms I wish might be more specifically defined.
I love Van Til's response to # 2:
It is this exact point which in my experience has opened the most eyes on the problem of evidentialism.
If Dr. Machen has shown that the resurrection of Christ is an historical occurrence he has done an inestimable piece of service. But if then the pragmatist philosopher comes along and says that that is an interesting item in this strange world but that it has no universal significance, the factual discussion is in itself for that man quite fruitless unless it is supplemented by or preceded by a discussion of the philosophy of fact.
University Reformed Church (PCA)
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