Puritan Board Graduate
This is a very interesting interview of Van Til by Peter Lillback. I didn't know where to post it, but since it deals somewhat with Norman Shepherd I thought to post it here. Also I think Van Til is wrong about Shepherd's orthodoy. What is interesting about this interview is his take on WTS and Clowney. He blames the opposition to Shepherd on what he perceives as a shift from the historic Reformed faith to a broader evangelical theology he sees in Clowney. How close to the mark is he on WTS and Clowney? And might that tell us about the whole Shepherd affair?