Cornelius Van Til. Common Grace and the Gospel. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, 1972. 233 pp.
This book is a collection of various essays by Reformed apologist and theologian Cornelius Van Til on the topic of common grace. The writings found in this book spans twenty five years of Van Til’s teaching career. By common grace we mean God’s unmerited favor shown both towards the believer and nonbeliever. The subject of common grace has been a topic of no small debate in Reformed circles in the twentieth century (and carries over to the twenty-first century as well). How the doctrine of common grace is understood or even rejected has implications for other areas of theology beyond the attributes of God such as the area of evangelism, apologetics, and one’s theological view of culture. Here is Van Til’s contribution to the discussion gathered conveniently in one book.
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