Here is a list of the major contradictions by Paul of things Jesus taught.
Download the Kindle version of this review. In his latest book, Cornelius Van Til: In this review, we will see if this superlative is justified. Rather, like Augustine before him, Clark taught that the laws of logic are the way God thinks, and that these laws are embedded in Scripture.
On the same page, Frame writes: Unlike Van Til, he [Clark] took the term presupposition to refer to a hypothesis that could not be ultimately proved, but which could be progressively verified by logical analysis.
By definition, that which is a presupposition is not provable.
That would have to be a postsupposition. Or is Frame taking a Humpty-Dumpty view of words? Axioms or presuppositions cannot be proved; if they could be proved, they would not be axioms.
Because, unlike Clark, he believes that there are proofs for the existence of God and the truth of his Word.
But is Van Til really orthodox in this area of Christian theism? What about, for instance, his doctrine of the Trinity? Van Til believed that God is at the same time both one person and three persons.
This, to be sure, is not the teaching of orthodox Christianity, which maintains that God is one in essence or substance and three in persons. As a point of interest, in this section  it becomes quite evident that Frame, and Van Til as well, believe that science can give us knowledge, i.
Propositions, then, cannot have the same meaning for God that they do for man. As incredible as it may sound, Van Til even went so far as to deny that all truth, with regard to God, is propositional.
Because God is omniscient, i. Hence, if man does not know what God knows, his ideas can never be true. In fact, it would not be possible for his theory of analogy to be true. Such a view, if taken to its logical conclusion, leads to skepticism.
Simply stated, an analogy of the truth is not the truth. InCornelius Van Til and eleven other presbyters lodged a complaint against the action of the Presbytery of Philadelphia regarding the licensure and ordination of Gordon Clark in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
The twelve presbyters disagreed. The controversy went on for some time. In it he exposes the errors of Van Til and his associates.
And he concludes the chapter by stating: He and Frame oppose this principle as it is traditionally expressed by men such as Augustine, Calvin, Machen, and Clark. Van Til averred that there is a three-fold distinction between the powers of the soul: According to the Bible, however, the intellect is primary because a person is his mind, his soul, or his spirit.
Persons have bodies and emotions, but persons are not bodies or emotions. As Clark and Augustine would say, the body is the instrument of the soul or spirit or mind, which is the person. As a man thinks not emotes in his heart, so is he.
Revelation is conveyed, not to the body or emotions of man, but to his mind, by means of Biblical propositions.Paul's Contradictions of Jesus. Here is a list of the major contradictions by Paul of things Jesus taught.
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